[PHOTOGRAPHERS BEWARE] Stop Making Excuses – You Can Do This ANYWHERE
I’ll be the first one to admit that I have used lack of space as an excuse not to build a home photography studio.
It’s not as if I don’t have the space in my house, but somehow I had this idea stuck in my head that it would need to be a permanent solution.
Now, I’m not doing indoor portraits every single day, so why on Earth would I need to dedicate a space for that use only?
Once I got over that thought I realized I can do pretty much anything from the comfort of my own home. Creating a home studio can be expensive, if you’re willing to get a lot of high-end studio equipment.
For me, however, it’s not wise to spend that much money on something that’s only a small part of the photography work I do.
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There is a lot that can be done to create professional quality studio portraits, even when you’re working on a budget. This video will show you exactly how.