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Creating a studio can be a simple or complex task depending on the desired results, but from either event any few ordinary rules apply. You require sufficient space, a lot of electrical outlets, the ability to shut out light whilst necessary etc.

Difficulty: Challenging


Things You'll Require

Brushes Reflector Boards Cupboards Full-length Mirrors Paint Rollers With Extension Pole Studio Lighting Air Conditioners Or Ventilator Dressing Room Curtains 9-foot-wide Papers Rolls Cameras Flash Meters Tripods Electrical Outlets Stepladders White, matte interior paints

Choosing the Place

1 Find any area that's 15 to 18 feet extended to allow to at least 12 feet among the camera and the background, as well because space for lighting equipment.

2 Choose some room that's at lowest half as wide as it is long.

3 Opt for a room together with some ordinary shape for greatest versatility also some high ceiling to allow with soft, even lighting and excessive camera viewpoints.

4 Paint the walls also ceiling with any washable, white, matte finish.

6 Install plentiful electrical outlets or a single heavy-duty outlet with some distribution box on some long cable. Choose the walls you'll use as backgrounds prior to installing electrical outlets.

7 Install a ventilator or air conditioner to decrease the stifling effect of the lighting.

Arranging the Studio

1 Decide which walls will serve as backgrounds plus set up your camera contrary.

2 Construct or acquire reflector boards (6-foot-tall boards by means of a white surface on particular part) to make use of for reflecting light into shadow regions.

4 Set increase your lighting.

Suggestions & Cautions

Color finishes on walls and ceiling will create an unwanted cast within color photographs. Make sure the lighting you'll be using will not overload the circuit. To figure out the number about amps drawn from your equipment, separate the lamp wattage by the supply voltage. Employ some 9-foot-extensive paper roll mounted on poles or a wall bracket to provide an ideal backdrop when the floor is element of the shot. It can be pulled from to any length covering both the wall also the floor in the front about it with some curved transition between the two instead of some sharp angle.

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Topic revision: r1 - 07 Jan 2012 - 16:46:10 - OsieEvans7
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