Why go into the studio?
Studio photography is uncomplicated because you can get accurately what you want.
Soft light, hard light, hair light, background. Everything is under your control. If you are an immensely imaginative person who knows how to use studio equipment, you’ll get amazing results. If you are uncreative, you’ll have very flat and uninteresting results. If anything is wrong with the lighting balance or exposure, you’ll have nobody to hold responsible but yourself.
Rent a Studio?
Most big cities have good rental studios that come inclusive with lights, backgrounds, and regularly assistants. This is the way to go if you have a big budget and know exactly when you want to shoot. Suffolk Photo Studio based in East of England has 3 studios for hire and available 7 days a week. Having your own studio, especially at home, is great for spontaneous shots, but looks unprofessional and you can’t rent out a home studio.
If you’re looking for a studio to hire please contact the Suffolk Photo Studio to ask about our rates and availability, with 3 different studios were sure to have one for you.
Eye-catching portraits often require at least two light sources: one at the camera or to one side, and a second (often on the other side of the camera) for filling in shadows and making the lighting on the subject more even.
The space or angle between the camera and the flash units is dictated by the light and shadow effect the photographer wishes.
Suffolk Photo Studio offers full courses in Studio Photography and Studio Lighting courses, whether you are and amateur photographer looking to add to your portfolio or an experienced photographer looking to develop new techniques.