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Gpro
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Maryland, United States
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Anyone like to share info on what they did or do for indoor model photo shoots, without a studio at their disposal. Thx.



Posted at 07:23 PM on Feb 28, 2009

Jesse-Starks
Jesse-Starks - Photographer
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Germany
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I'm gutting my garage for studio usage, but it's far from ideal. When it's finished I can shoot small objects, but have limited capabilities with people (especially tall ones). I'll post a shot or two of it when the renovation is complete.

That aside from that with some imagination just about any room can be used for a shoot. All the best!

Jesse



Posted at 07:55 AM on Mar 01, 2009

Gpro
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Sounds good. All the advice is helpful and greatly appreciated. Thx!



Posted at 11:27 PM on Mar 04, 2009

Gpro
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Great advice and Ive thought about all those locations especially outdoor shoots. Saw ur portfolio, nice photos. Can't believe u've never used a studio. That's inspiring. Thx.



Posted at 06:51 PM on Mar 07, 2009

marywehrhahn
marywehrhahn - Photographer
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New York, United States
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Jene Youtt shoots a lot of his models in his apt. Moves the couch out of the way. Has seamless pull down from his ceiling. Lights clipped to his bookcase, overhead soft box hung from ceiling and is not in one of those 12' ceiling NY apts.
I shoot in my house alot too. It takes a lot of effort but I think it's worth the savings.
For leaping dancers, Jene rents a studio for the 1/2 day.



Link: Website
Posted at 08:53 PM on Mar 08, 2009

Gpro
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Ok, good idea.



Posted at 08:43 PM on Mar 12, 2009

kramerphoto
kramerphoto - Photographer
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California, United States
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I used to shoot in a patio with that white plastic for a roof (great soft light!) You can shoot anywhere, and many clients would love to have you come to them(product/fashion, etc)
I bought the building that I use in 1990
for $283K owner/carry loan, and it's worth almost $2mil today. Try to buy a house near commercial areas (cheaper) it's
never been a better time!



Link: my $283K LA Studio
Posted at 11:50 PM on May 27, 2009

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