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Stock Photography - Make Money Selling Photos Online by Robert Kneschke

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Chapter 11: Locations

A good photographer can take photos anywhere. But essentially, there are three different types of location that are interesting to a stock photographer and pose different requirements to equipment and lighting: in the studio, on location and outdoors.

11.1  In The Studio

Some find working in the studio boring, others love it because you can control everything. I find creating photos in the studio very comfortable. For one, I don’t ever have to worry about the weather, as you would with outdoor shoots. Plus I have access to all of my equipment and use it if required, whereas I can only take along some of it if working “on location”.

In the studio, I can use the large, heavy, but very powerful flashes, in my case ...

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