My daughter-in-law started out pretty much the same way, though she takes portraits and has chair/s for people to sit on. She now has a photo business, takes portraits of families and kids, weddings, dance school portraits, videos.... Though her studio has grown a bit in size, (and she has all the proper lighting/flash) she still uses this same type method in her home, as well as taking it with her to the recitals and such, has different colour sheets.... It's a great start!
'Life is like a camera. Focus on what's important, capture the good things, develop from the negatives, and if things don't work out, just take another shot.'
As fun as more creative, you'll be in photo shooting.
Yes, No difference in ones working life or hobbies.
If you want a bigger soft box (bigger box = softer light) try using a foam Vege box from the markets. Cut a hole in the short side, and insert flash head, whack a white scrim on it and you've got a pearler for next to nix!
Love your boom mic flash stands!
Last edited by Rattus79; 07-03-2013 at 8:41am.
I have a Pentax and I'm not afraid to use it.
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