Did a shoot last week where I had to make do with a very cramped and under equiped studio, otherwise known as our front room. Didn't have a backdrop longer than that where it could just touch the floor, so when I had to shoot the model full length sat down from a low angle I ended up with the wall and the floor in shot. Light was from below the camera, so the shadows fall away from the camera. No other lighting.
I can't post the original image as it's part of an agreement with the model that she gets to see the shots first, but here's a diagram. Don't laugh.
Any opinions on the best way to edit the 'background' to be one thing? Make the floor extend, paste the floor in so it looks like an extension of the floor? Technique advice will be appreciated as I have never done editing like this, prefering to leave PP to a minimum as a rule. I HATE not having the proper equipment to do shoots.
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