Budget Studio


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Hello everyone.

:eek:

I have to "prepare" a makeshift studio for my my unit to take some portrait shots. Would rent lightings but too bad my unit "ngiao". So erm, what can i use? I'll most probably be shooting with my 40D with 50 f1.8 II mounted on a tripod.

We've got some home-made backdrop already.

Help?
:D
 

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vince123123

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Why not ask SAFRA to use their studio?
 

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vince123123

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Oh, if your container is painted white on the inside, I'll suggest just bounce flash with a short telephoto lens to do the trick.
 

catchlights

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it is very hot! hot! hot! and glaring for using continuous light source, if your container is not fully air con, your subject will be sweating very fast, and you will be sweating and shooting at the same time.

best is just use flash, aim your flash to the ceiling, let the light bounce down will do.

keep thing simple.
 

jfoo

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container is also quite narrow so you can use that to your advantage with the spill from your bounced light providing some fill from the left and right sides.
 

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