At last, we have our little studio set up, it’s clean, compact and just what we needed. Lately, I’ve been doing so much photography outside it feels like it’s been forever since I’ve properly used a studio. The best thing to do when this happens is to simply start practicing and experimenting with the studio and not just the camera, in your spare time. Even when you have a limited kit for the studio, you’ll find that you can achieve so many different things when you’re re-familiarising yourself with studio lighting and just essentially messing around, in a creative manner. My personal favourites are using natural light (if available) or a simple off-camera flash. As you can tell the images above, I tend to use inanimate objects in the studio (for control & size purposes). All of these images have been achieved by using a simple off-camera flash with wireless triggers (and a hand made snoot) and I thought I’d share them to show what simple but completely different images you can produce.
Do you guys out there have any preferences or hand made goodies you use when it comes to using studio photography, if so feel free to comment below.
It’s nearly here!
The most popular celebration of the year of the year is almost here and this is where the madness really begins! Christmas trees, decorations, visits to Santa and struggling to find that perfect gift for that someone who truly deserves something special this year. What better way to show your appreciation to someone this year than ordering a custom sized photograph that can be put in a bespoke frame of your choice. There are so many images to choose from on this site that can be printed to any size and all you have to do is email me through the contact page or on social media (facebook/instagram).
(New Studio One One Six)