From a shower to a heavy rainstorm, weather effects are often essential to the mood of a scene and must be totally realistic and natural if they are to prove effective. Chris Reynolds holds a vast array of SFX rain and wind equipment and have recently invested in more, to achieve any atmospheric effect. Rain stands are capable of creating a light April shower or a full blown Monsoon depending on the choice of nozzle size. For wider shots a crane rain rig can be suspended from above to cover half a football pitch if necessary. That does not mean that every rain job needs a lorry load of equipment. Small jobs are just as important and a stunning rain sequence can be achieved using a fraction of the equipment. Water is supplied via a bowser, sometimes it is possible to use the fire hydrants if they are in good condition . With many different electric fans of assorted sizes including mole fans, and two large aircraft engine wind machines. Chris is more than happy to talk and give advice on the best way to achieve any horrible weather that is required.