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alex crawford is off-lineSilver Member
03 February 2015 10:27
alexcrawford
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alexcrawford
Location
United Kingdom
Essex
Chelmsford



my view is be very sure what you will want to shoot in there, and plan
before committing to money.



04 February 2015 15:40
Riverside_Studio
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Hi,

I use a 32'x9' Portacabin . So it can be done, but heating as a pain


http://www.purestorm.com/profile.aspx?id=Riverside_Studio

Marco


alex crawford is off-lineSilver Member
04 February 2015 20:40
alexcrawford
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alexcrawford
Location
United Kingdom
Essex
Chelmsford



perhaps the OP could go shoot in a few of the compact studios to get an idea
of whether he thinks it worth his while to emulate them ?

a little like hiring a camera before buying.
or hiring a lens before committing.

i dont want to put you off, but my experience was that
after a few portraits it became limiting to use a narrow studio.

...a narrow studio is better than no studio at all perhaps ?



Colin H is off-lineSilver Member
05 February 2015 05:48
thelook
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thelook
Location
United Kingdom
Berkshire


These people are very helpful
http://www.studiodecor.co.uk/products/studio-set-up-advice
When the world whispers 'give up, a fool will say 'I'll give it one more try'.....


marlham is off-line
05 February 2015 07:58
marlhamphoto
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marlhamphoto
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Kent
Canterbury

Quote from thelook
These people are very helpful http://www.studiodecor.co.uk/products/studio-set-up-advice


Ditto that. Jon at Studiodecor was very helpful to me when I was setting up my studio a few years ago.

He has a profile here too:
http://www.purestorm.com/profile.aspx?id=studio_decor



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