Looking for advice and tips, Critiquing is welcome.
Okay, so my friend had this shoot in mind with her 3 year old daughter. It would be my first time really using my studio and a backdrop, a backdrop she bought online that is kind of small..... especially when you include a child's painting easel which really takes up space.
To be honest, I prefer outdoor shoots to indoor, but my friend has offered herself and her daughter up as guinea pigs in order for me to get out of my comfort zone and work on my skills for indoor studio shoots and learn from my mistakes.
Other than the obvious mistakes - 1: too close to backdrop (really didn't have a choice) and
2: the backdrop was in focus so that you can see the wrinkles
3: the lighting changes
If you see any other mistakes or little things you want to nitpick, please let me know so I can make sure not to make those mistakes again