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Lynda - Building an In-House Photo Studio
08-29-2017, 05:46 AM,
Lynda - Building an In-House Photo Studio
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[center]Lynda - Building an In-House Photo Studio
Size: 1.48 GB | Duration: 1h 19m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch
Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English[/center]

You can accomplish a lot of photographic goals without needing a photo studio. But for many types of shooting, a studio is essential. Fortunately, building one doesn't have to be expensive. In this course, photographer and educator Ben Long details two scenarios for building an in-house photo studio. In the first scenario, he explores a professional studio. Ben explains how the business of a photography studio works, what you'll need to consider when designing and outfitting a studio space, and what you can do to ease day-to-day use. In the second scenario, he shows how to turn a "found" space into a temporary studio. In this case, he takes over a conference room to shoot a collection of headshots and products. For each scenario, Ben details the gear you'll want-from lighting to backdrops-as well as all the other technical and practical concerns that go into creating a studio.

Topics include:
* How the business of a photography studio works
* Storage solutions for a photo studio
* Building out a temporary studio
* Room options for a temporary photo studio
* Portable backdrop options and setup
* Determining what lights and other gear you need
* Working with a hair and makeup artist
* Insurance and releases for a studio

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Lynda - Building an In-House Photo Studio

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RE: Lynda - Building an In-House Photo Studio
We were organizing the same thing a few years ago. We always turn on a music studio loud so customers can feel great and be in good mood. The problem was that neighbors didn't allow us the loud music or usually, cops told that about us))have not ever thought that in Los Angeles I could face such a problem! so it was made the decision to move to another house but it has the sound isolation so it was very great, lots of stuff, lighting, and sound boxes...thanks I have a friend in so he could help us with moving.

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