Here’s another one of those ‘stop complaining about your lack of kit / studio etc.’ posts.
Yesterday I did a shoot with my lovely model friend Izabela at her home. Now for what we were shooting we set up a simple white backdrop and a single light and the results were great (though mostly NSFW so I won’t post them here). However, we had an MUA with us so wanted a couple of headshots for her portfolio where I wanted something a little more interesting than a plain white wall, so, what to do?
This first pic shows the ‘studio’. Nothing more than a typical dining room, not a lot of room and the wallpaper doesn’t make for the most interesting background, but see the picture on the wall?
Hmm, cue the long lens and a little perspective shift et voila!