Photo Snack – Set Up a Home Studio

By NYIP Staff on February 18th, 2015

Welcome to another NYIP Photo Snack! In this week’s video, we learn how to set up a home studio to advance our photography.

A home studio does not have to be sophisticated or top of the line. You can actually build a studio right in your living room, and rather inexpensively.

All it takes is a clear, open area about 10 feet by 8 feet wide. Set up some lights, use a backdrop, and you’re ready to shoot just about anything. Give it a try!

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