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    Re: First time using studio lights photo.

    Quite a good job! The result is excellent after editing. Are you a photographer, or is it just a hobby? I find it challenging to shoot in the studio and adjust the light properly. I also often have too much light or, conversely, too dark photos. So I get the best pictures with natural light and in beautiful places, like from aperfectspace. Maybe I haven't had much practice in the studio yet, and my camera is an old Nikon. Don't know. Do you think that a photographer needs to be able to shoot both in the studio and in ordinary places? I like to experiment in the genre of fashion photography. Thank you!



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                            Re: First time using studio lights photo.

                            Quote Originally Posted by Cligerson View Post
                            Quite a good job!
                            You do realize this posting is from 2018!!
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                            Re: First time using studio lights photo.

                            Quote Originally Posted by Bikerbrent View Post
                            You do realize this posting is from 2018!!
                            First time using studio lights photo. I was wondering Ö.. First time using studio lights photo.


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                            Re: First time using studio lights photo.

                            Photos with studio lights are a good experience for every photographer. If you went to a professional photography school, you should have been taught how to adjust the lighting in studios. However, if you have reached a high level of skills without professional courses, you should know how the light changes. It's not as difficult as you think. You just need to think over the working sides of your model/models and the location of the props relative to the lamps. In my first studio, I installed flagpole lanterns as fixtures. It's funny, but it's true. I even ordered them on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Flagpole-Ener.../dp/B00YBDA7DC/





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