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How to DIY your own budget studio flag/reflector clamps
We all know there is a seemingly limitless amount of gear we can get for the studio, and clamps seemingly make up a large part…
Reflectors in photography – a complete guide
If there’s one piece of kit that any photographer should have, it’s a reflector. They are inexpensive, simple to use, and highly effective. We’re going to look at the different types of reflectors you can purchase and how to use them. You’ll see why anyone with a camera, from an amateur to a professional photographer with years of experience, should never be without one.
Lighting Setup: How to build and use a DIY Scrim in the Studio
There are quite literally thousands of lighting modifiers on the market today, but which ones are good, which ones should you avoid and… can you…
Make your own DIY tilting mirror board reflector for just $33
Here at DIYP we love DIY projects, hence the name! There are quite a few camera and filmmaking-related projects you can easily take on….
How to shoot a clean and simple coloured fill portrait in the studio
Sometimes you just want a clean and quick setup to start a shoot off the right way. Sure, you may have a ton of creative…
Three cheap and easy DIY reflectors you can use to take your portraits to the next level
Reflectors are one of the most valuable tools a portrait photographer can own. And we’re not talking about monetary value, but usefulness. Their cost…
Lighting setup: Combining hard and soft light
Trigger Warning: Yes these shots are of a young lady in her underwear and no that is certainly not necessary for this setup to work….
Try these DIY portrait backgrounds to improve your holiday portraits
It’s the holiday season and I have a few cool tips to help you upgrade your portraits of family and friends this year. I…