Professionally yours, my stock diary
Ive always been interested in photography and my grandfather and uncle used to develop film in the bathtub of their country home.
I decided a few month ago after being injured at work to take up photography full time and learning all of the ropes of stock from the best in the business.
I went out and bought a new canon 7d with 28-135mm lens to practice with. since then ive taken some really bad photos and some really good photos. I'm still waiting on my studio lighting which will consist of 2 soft boxes in the rear to burn the background of my images to create isolate images1 boom with huge soft box for overhead light 2 umbrellas, and 1 beauty light. After shooting outdoors Ive found that i'm just not that interested in outdoor photography, nature photography (Booorrring!) sunsets (boring) etc. I'm a studio man, i want to control the light and be as creative as i want to be!
so keep posted and i will begin to provide tutorials on studio lighting for stock and start posting a bunch oh my studio work.
Photo credits: Soleilc.
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