You Don’t Need a Studio to Look Like You Have a Studio.
What most photographers won’t tell you is that “studio” shots are usually done in their living room. No shame in this, in fact I am going to help you get an awesome home studio.
You don’t have to get special stands for your backdrops, you can totally use the same stands you have for your Lights.
If you are debating between canvas and paper, you are not alone. I have thought may times throughout my career that I should be using canvas, Mostly because it is more expensive, so I assume it is better.
I don’t think it is better. If you have a studio backdrop that will stay up 24/7 in a dedicated studio, canvas may be the option for you. If you plan on being a bit more mobile, paper is usually a good option, especially if you don’t need the full Size rolls.
What Are Your Tricks?
We all love saving money. I am no exception. Do you have any tricks to save some money in your studio by using things you can find around the house?
In this tutorial, we break down all 27 blending modes that Photoshop offers, providing in-depth explanations and practical examples that are bound to help you get your creative work done faster and with impressive results.
In this tutorial, we cover several tools and techniques that, when combined, will allow you to create perfect masks of anything from the precision curves of designer products to the messy detail of a head of hair.
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