How to Create Impactful Portraits in a Small Studio Space | Shannon K Dougherty
BREAK THE RULES ON WHAT A STUDIO SPACE IS
Just as I mentioned before, my studio is in my kitchen. This spot in my home spoke to me the most and it’s one of the reasons I chose the place I am living in now. I also use my own bedroom when doing some boudoir (being a neat freak like me helps to minimize extra clutter), but I mostly just stick with my regular studio space. I had to get creative and set up my studio where I knew I could comfortably photograph my clients. To keep everything in the same studio area, I often use my kitchen table as my office. I keep all hard drives labeled and organized so it’s easy to grab what I need.
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