|27th of March 2012 (Tue)||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2012
I have taken photos for many of my friend's children but only outside. I am going to attempt a newborn photoshoot for a friend. What size backdrop stand should I purchase? I hope to take this passion professionally in the future so I do not want to buy something that I will need to replace later because it is not applicable for other shoots (i.e. parents standing with child).
|28th of March 2012 (Wed)||#2|
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Princeton, IN
Re: Backdrop stand
This all depends on what you want the shoot to look like. There is no reason that you can't shoot indoor portraits of a newborn in a natural surrounding. A newborn can't sit up on their own so a backdrop's use is limited. Do you know what you want to shoot?
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