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Create a photo studio at home is a dream for all lovers photos, even a utopia for some. However, it is entirely possible to create a small photo studio at home, quality, and affordable to all.
So whether or not you have financial resources to be allocated for your passion, linkdelight will show you how to create a home photo studio to make pale the professionals!
- For a small investment for DIY or those with no means to invest much money, we will discover how to build a photo studio basic but high quality home.........................
The price of materials to create a photo studio or the diversity of hardware to buy, may discourage many. However, it is quite possible to put his handyman skills and / or smart buyer in order to create a small photo studio quality without investing too much.
While the appearance of your photo studio will not be that of a professional studio, but it has the merit of allowing you to indulge your passion but also to improve yourself and to thrive in it!
Prerequisite: A space of at least 5m ² to extending sheets of large white or black (solid color). Otherwise, a space the same size in a corner of the wall (if the color of the latter is united) will suffice.
Safety: Caution! Home Installation does not install reckless or irresponsible. Be careful to observe all basic safety precautions: no multiple connections to an electrical outlet, taking into account the risk posed by the heating and electrical appliances including lights, reliable equipment and standards, and secure installation Safe, etc.. We advise you to validate your installation by (a) professional (s) before use.
Create a Photo Studio at home on a budget
The main thing to consider is the device that will allow you to take photographs. This device will indeed offer significant advantages: it is based on him that most of the quality of your shots.
To make a good choice, do not rely only on price but also quality. Should priority be given a film camera or rather a digital camera? And if one chooses the latter, should we prefer a compact, a bridge or a DSLR? Indeed, the choice is based on the use you want to do.
As part of a personal photo studio. We advise you to opt initially for a digital camera. Thanks to digital you can rework your photographs, and especially you can take as many photos as you want without it costing you more money. Then, when your technique is perfected, you can change to a film that delivers much more professional photos.
Besides having a powerful camera, it is essential to know how to use and use all its features. So at first, learn to find your camera, to know what each feature, how it works in practice, it allows but also and especially, what are its limitations.
Finally, it is essential to choose a camera (digital or film) where you can adjust the shutter speed (how long the light will be able to cross the diaphragm), the diaphragm (light control) and sensitivity (capture light to the photo). Indeed, these three parameters affect the light that will form the picture.
The light is again essential to consider. So do not overlook: one who will render highly professional and quality to your photographs.
First of all lighting. For a home photo studio, lighting may be the ideal projector style spots starts because they are inexpensive and offer a quality light. Buy at least 2 of 500 watts each. However, this light may seem too hot or too aggressive. Then you clearly establish that light or opt for another type of lighting (neon, halogen, classical). In addition, provide a desk lamp airship.
Do not offer a direct lighting! It must be sifted, diverted or reflected, but should never be direct on the subject at risk of a very unpleasant reflection effect. Also, be sure to drives that adjust the light intensity.
Once the lighting is chosen, it must know how to use and optimize the light it gives off. At first, it is necessary to orient the lighting. Experiment and see the record with your camera.
In a second step, to maximize the brightness, we recommend simple umbrellas. But not just any umbrella provided: colored umbrellas that leave much reflected light or the reflection of (white, transparent, glitter, gold, ...). Beware of colorful umbrellas: they give a tint to your lights. This may be ideal for color effects, but in this case we have to control them (complementary colors with the fund, with matching the color of the object or subject being photographed, power lighting, etc..).
Then the brightness. It is necessary to optimize the light output of your photo studio: plain white panels are smooth and perfect, so to better reflect light without generating glare.
Beware of photo studios placed near a window: the brightness of each day is different and may force you to change your setup every day due to lack or excess of brightness!
Note that for color effects, depending on your lighting, you can opt for tinted bulbs.
Finally, with regard to the flash, use the internal flash to your device as a trigger for any other flashes.
With regard to your electrical installation, we recommend you have multiple takes. Also make sure that your plug can withstand enough energy for a particular extension with 3 flashes.
For lighting, we must obviously include tripods to install the spots at a suitable height.
Also plan weight weight (500 grams) in order to keep the material easily and safely.
Then, depending on whether you're shooting a subject as a whole or a small object, consider the 5 faces of the cube: 3 sides (the fourth being where you are located), the ceiling and the floor. This can lead to the need of several white panels of identical size. You can also simply use plates made of polystyrene insulation with a minimum height of 1.50m.
If you take a picture of a small object, it will take place on a support: you see the support that is most appropriate, ideally there also a white (or green) and smooth like the back, easy to rework with software for image processing when necessary.
In other material we can recommend a fan. The heat generated by the different devices is indeed very important and rapidly becomes quickly unbearable!
Finally, once all the hardware installed correctly, it is essential to do tests. Test equipment, but also and especially test light. The brightness is not it too bright or too lacking? The subject or the subject well is highlighted? Rendering on the camera but also on the photograph itself is satisfactory?
If the answer to either of these questions is no, then you will need to move the facility to see changed elements of it.
Note also that according to your development and your budget, you can buy more equipment and get professional photographs of still better quality and especially the appearance of more and more professional.
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