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Portable Studio Kit

Hi Everyone

Not sure if this is in the right place but, if not, someone can let me know.

I bought a Portable Studio kit today and could not wait to try it out.  Here are the first efforts.



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I just grabbed the nearest things I could find.

The enhanced shosts are done with Auto Enhance in Elements 4.

I think I will have some fun with this and hope you find it of interest.


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Date Sat, 25/02/2012 - 03:40

Some really good shots

I also have a portable studio

And have taken most of my shots for the IHC using it.



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Date Sat, 25/02/2012 - 09:13

Each of the unenhanced pics suffers from incorrect white balance.  The kit must be constant lighting ( not flash) and at a guess I woud say tungsten.  You need to correct for the much warmer tones of tungsten lighting by adjusting the white balance on your camera - don't forget to set it back to the daylight setting when you have finished shooting under the lights though!


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Date Sat, 25/02/2012 - 09:40

nice ones.

only suggestion would be to have a continuous background - length of card, white or coloured depending on effect required, and bend gently to form a continuous slope.

will eliminate the join or crease visible in your piccies.

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Date Sat, 25/02/2012 - 11:56

Thanks for the comments.

Gwalion  - You are right, it is constant light.  I will try adjusting the white balance next time.

Torres  -  The background is a strip of fabric, grey on one side and blue on the other. Unfortunately, it comes folded inside the case so I should be able to straighten it out.

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