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| p.1 #1 · Studio face shots in a small workplace |
We are opening our first small studio this upcoming week mainly as a client - meeting place and because we have some extra space in the back, we'd like to use it for profile / faceshot pictures.
The space is narrow at 7.5ft wide and 13ft in length. The length is not an issue, but we do realize it is a bit narrow. What can we do about this space?
My idea was to put a 55" soft silver PLM umbrella (Paul C Buff) and a 47" octabox with the two einsteins that i already have. Being its our first studio space, i'm going to do some research on nice backdrops but i wanted to know if anyone has been using a space this small to produce profile pics / face shots on your clients.
I'm sure it's workable, just wanted to know what to expect and if there is anything else i should buy to make the space workable. Part of my current lens lineup i was going to test with are:
Sigma 50 1.4
Also, should I consider replacing the 135L for an 85 1.2 mk II or a 50 1.2 mk?