Stories tagged with studio-photography

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Lastolite 'Out of Focus' backgrounds bring beautiful bokeh to your home studio

Everyone loves the look of a nice out of focus background, but it's hard to achieve in a home studio. Accessory manufacturer Lastolite believes it might have the solution, with two new reversible backgrounds printed with out of focus images of the ocean / autumn foliage and summer foliage / city lights. Measuring 1.5 x 1.2m, the backgrounds are big enough for almost full-length portraits of most adults, and weigh in at 3kg (6.6lb) each. Click through for more details.

Flashpoint Budget Studio Monolight Review

The Flashpoint Budget Studio Monolights are Adorama's answer for cash-strapped photographers looking to build their own studio. Is there enough bang to back the budget price tag? Find out in our review.

Welcome to our studio test scene

DPReview.com's latest test scene and a chance to explore it.

Studio Test Scene

We've worked hard over the last few months to develop a new test scene and a protocol for shooting it and processing the results. The underlying idea is to give a clearer idea of how a camera will perform in the real world - not just an idealized setting.

Do-It-Yourself lights for product photographers: step-by-step tutorial
This step-by-step "behind the scenes" tutorial shows how to produce a stunning product shot on a very modest budget using ONLY household lights from a home improvement store plus some creativity.
The One-Light Studio
Creative and dramatic studio lighting does not have to involve a lot of gear. In this article, photographer Thomas Park demonstrates a range of creative possibilities that can be achieved using a single light in the studio.
Buyer's Guide: 10 Home Studio Lighting Kits
Studio lights are available in a wide variety of performance levels and price points. The following guide looks at ten pre-packaged studio lighting bundles that cover a range of applications and include everything you'll need to get started.
How to shoot creative canine photographs: Composition and dog behavior
In this first part of his series on canine photography Andy Sheng tells us how to create photographs that capture the natural beauty and personality of a dog. All you need is familiarity with your dog’s behavior, and lots patience.
Studio in the Wild
Strobe lights, reflectors and translucent backdrops are not limited to the pristine confines of a studio. Learn how nature photographers are bringing the 'studio' to their subjects for unique interpretations of the nature around us.
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