Need help with lighting...
I have a very small studio, about 8x10 ft., and I use halogen shop lights for my lighting. I have 2 of the double lights with tripods and 2 single lights that sit on the floor. It seems that I do not have enough lighting still to take a good picture. Does anyone have any ideas on how to set these up to get enough light, and so that the lighting is not harsh or extremely bright on the subject? Right now I am bouncing one of the double lights off the ceiling and I have the other shining through a diffuser screen to try to create soft lighting, and using the other lights as background lighting. Am I diffusing the light too much? Please help me!!!
Photo credits: Torie Mitchell/glover.
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