Time to be with your loved ones

Time to be with loved ones

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Anything that is light neutral-ish color will do - "very white" is not required. For white background you are going to over expose the background, the color of the wall will not be visible under all that light, a dark wall will require more light but anything that isn't actually dark and that doesn't have a very strong color will do just fine (obviously all ...


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I will add my 5 cents worth (can't do 2 anymore, we discontinued the penny in Canada). First, I will add that I have only shot in the studio about a half dozen times in meetups with other photographers. I have almost exclusively used my 28-135mm for all of these shoots. It isn't a great lens, but in a studio with GOOD lighting conditions (i.e. studio ...


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Better focus your investment on lenses, not bodies, when you go for (home-) studio photography. I'd recommend an EF 50mm 1.4. Alternatively an EF 85mm 1.8 accompanied by a 50mm 1.8. Well, on the other hand, when you want to get real closeups too, and considering that your body is a crop size one, then an EF-S 60mm Macro could be the lens of choice. It ...



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