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Old August 26th, 2008, 12:11 PM   #16
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When working for yourself, you can pretty much wear whatever you think won't offend and will get the job done...

BUT, I concur with the "black on black" stealth mode - I'd rather not even have anyone notice I'm there! Comfortable shoes are CRUCIAL for any longer shoot where you may be standing, and cannot be emphasized enough - there was a thread a wile back dedicated to comfy shoes!

We are about to order some shirts embroidered with the business name/logo - short sleeve collar type polo shirts in black for "working". perhaps white as well for those hot desert shoots when out in the sun! Also saw some nice long sleeve denim ones...
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Old August 26th, 2008, 12:53 PM   #17
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The only time I go for the black look is on television outside broadcasts, on which the all black look appears to be the norm. However, I don't really do those that often, so the black gear is usually worn out when the next one comes in.

Companies that do sound etc. at events tend to wear black, often with "CREW" on their backs.
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