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Thread: Help in setting up a home-based studio

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    Default Help in setting up a home-based studio

    Hi fellow clubSNAPS's forumers.

    I've been in photography for quite some time now and i've been thinking to take the thing to the next level in setting up my own small studio in my home for my own experimental usage.

    I need some advice and pointers on what do i need to do and buy on how to set up my own studio, stuffs such as the reflective umbrella, wireless flash triger, studio strobe light and etc. Maybe, just the important things that i need to make it successful. Could you share a shop that i could look at that has package on it? Not too pricey, maybe not more than $500 for a start.

    I saw a local website that provides a package on building up a studio, that has all the starter kit in it.

    3pcs x 160 Watts Studio Strobe
    3pcs x 2m Mini light stand
    2pcs x Shoot through umbrella
    1pcs x Reflective umbrella
    1pcs x Wireless Flash Trigger
    1pcs x sync cord
    1pcs x All-in One Photography Bag(Padded)

    Everything above for the price of below $500.

    Can anyone comment on this or just reviews/pointers?
    Thanks in advance!

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    Default Re: Help in setting up a home-based studio

    Your home studio got no backdrop?
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    Default Re: Help in setting up a home-based studio

    thanks for highlighting that, i've forgotten to add in a back drop too.

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    Default Re: Help in setting up a home-based studio

    Try http://store.tagotech.com or http://www.sgcamerastore.com for a start to get some idea.
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