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

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Introduction

What’s your definition of a photo studio? Is it having a white seamless backdrop or a cyc wall? Maybe it’s anyplace where you have total control of all light. Perhaps it’s a place where you can create dynamic product shots. In a perfect world, where every day is a breezy 72 degrees with partial cloud coverage, we would all have a 5,000-square-foot studio in New York or Los Angeles. We’d also have the entire catalog of B&H in our equipment lockups. But that isn’t reality.

Reality is that you have an outdated DSLR with two decent lenses (which took you several years to save up for), and you managed to sneak out of your office job an hour early to shoot an underpaying client in a public park on a gray, 45-degree rainy day. Or maybe ...

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