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    I'm working on setting up my own home studio. I've never done it before and have never actually been in a photography studio, but I want to do studio work myself.

    I found this link that provides some examples of what studios look like, but I'd like to see more. Can anyone here share?

    Thanks.

    Alice.

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    Hi there,

    check out this thread ... this is much better than any books i have came across....
    and has been PDFed into a document.

    http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/144181/83

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    This is just a makeshift studio set up using my Metz flash set up.


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    simple butterfly ... one softbox bout 35 degrees on top of the models face , one more light from below ...

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    Just to share mine
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    innovative use of L brackets.

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    This is my studio setup:


    This is the studio at works:


    This is what we called "Mobile Studio", up and ready in 15 minutes:

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    Hey, everyone, thanks for the setup illustrations. Any others? Just got back after a long time away.

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    How about these setups! 2 photographers whose studios I got to check out.

    http://siegelphoto.com/studio/

    http://paulmarkow.com/studio.htm
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    Here's Don Farrall's studio. He is one of the highly paid Getty photographers.

    http://www.lightworksdigital.com/lightworksstudio.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astin
    This is my studio setup:
    Are those strobes or continuous lighting ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Baron
    Are those strobes or continuous lighting ?
    Storbes. (continuous lighting would be too hot and too dangerous sometimes)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hondasleeper
    How about these setups! 2 photographers whose studios I got to check out.

    http://siegelphoto.com/studio/

    http://paulmarkow.com/studio.htm
    Just awesome.

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    Default Re: Show me your studio setup

    Dear All,

    I am also curious about setting up a little studio for home.

    Usually, how much does it costs to get the screen?? The back ground? Where is it available?

    Thinking of getting a simple set up with some umbrella and strobes... will it cost a lot?

    I notice most studio is black inside.... is this important??

    I guess for home studio, a 50mm on 1.6 crop/ 85mm is the most common set up right??

    Care to share more? Hope I did not OOT....
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