Help needed! Home studio project (small space)

3 months 4 weeks ago #682166 by boniaski
I'm planning to build a home photostudio, unfortunately my available space is limited.

Studio purposes:
-Fashion shoots
-Portret shoots
-Product shoots
-Interviews (video)

I will get window blinds to block the light coming from outside. I would like to install a rack of 3 backdrops (width of 3 meter) on the white wall next to the washing table (3m92).
To avoid a loss of space i would install 4 wall brackets from interfit to mount the lights on.

photo's of the space:

What would according to you be the best solution regarding layout, light- & camera setup?



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3 months 4 weeks ago #682283 by boniaski
Additional question: What specific gear would you recommend buying

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2 months 3 weeks ago #685767 by selena18
If you ask me, one light and a reflector are all that anyone could need to begin rehearsing. Be that as it may, three lights will give you the best adaptability. Those lights can be three modest manual speed lights. Attempt the Yongnou 560 IV, or studio strobes, for example, Bowens Gemini strobes.

In little photography studios, it might be smarter to spend in lenses with shorter focal lengths. These ought to be 80-100mm to have the option to take bigger portraits.

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2 months 3 weeks ago #685769 by Nikon Shooter
I moved in this small studio some 18 months ago…

Light is free… capturing it is not!
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