"For anyone who is a beginner, I like the fact that you are using people who have grown from their own experiences! They are down to earth and explain the differences of the products they use, like you are in the room with them." - Lawrence Brenton
Do you ever struggle with wind, rain, heat or the wrong time of day at your photo session and think 'it would be so great if I had my own studio'?
Do you ever think 'I wish my client's location wasn't so cluttered or dark or ugly' and 'it would be so great to have my own studio'?
Do you want work in a safe environment where you are in control, and be the master of your light?
If you answered 'YES!' to at least one of those questions - then it's time for you to think about finding and setting up your own photography studio space!
We went through all those issues from battling rain when living in England to harsh Californian summer heat, so we understand you. If you want to bring your photography to the next level but are daunted by all the factors involved in setting up a studio with the right equipment, then with us you are in good hands.
This course will save you a ton of research time and money by drawing from our own experience, cutting straight to the necessities with no fluff, so you don't have to make the same mistakes. In this course we will cover:
Finding the right studio location
Size and shape of the room
Pros and cons for your own needs
Lighting equipment from flashes to studio strobes
Modifiers - softboxes, beauty dishes and more
Backgrounds - stands, paper/vinyl/patterned
Props and accessories
Think about how fun it would be not only to work in your own environment, but also to meet your client for the pre-consultation or sales presentation in your own photography studio rather than in a crowded coffee shop.
You will be able to produce a greater variety of images in a smaller time frame - which means more customers and more profit. Or if you are shooting for a hobby, you will be able to create your vision without being at the mercy of the weather or location.
For your great new photography studio you don't even need a huge space or super high ceilings. We will go through all our studio's limitations and how we found solutions so you can achieve the same results.
After this course you will know what you need to get going with setting up your own studio space whether it's in a leased room, spare bedroom or basement in your home.
***Plus: A complete 1.5 Hour Lighting Tutorial to show you all our different modifiers!***
Have fun and Happy Shooting!
Sandy Dee – Photographer/Owner at Sandyseyecatcher