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Studio Anywhere: A Photographer’s Guide to Shooting in Unconventional Locations by Nick Fancher

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Part V: The Park Studio

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Parks make for some fantastically diverse shoot spots. No two parks are the same, so get familiar with several in your area. The park in this shot offers a view of a bridge, a creek, and a wooded area all within 50 square feet, making it a spot that I use often.

Parks are good for more than just natural-light senior portrait sessions and oversized wedding parties. Once you have the tools and knowledge to manipulate any weather condition, you can use almost every square inch of a park to your advantage. In this section, we will delve into everything from shooting cologne bottles in rain puddles, to dialing down the high-noon ...

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