[PHOTOGRAPHY] Roommate Photoshoot

A couple of weeks ago, I had the chance to test out some new studio equipment.  While the equipment is still minimal, it did help in producing some awesome shots.  All of this was shot on a Nikon D7000 with either my 50 mm prime or 18-105 (f/3.5-5.6) lens.  The lighting included two Neewer flash speedlights mounted on a c-stand with umbrellas along with two (cheap / low quality) continuous lights with reflectors.  The backdrop used was a white paper roll also from Neewer.  Indoor studio photography is still a new one for me, but this shoot was a great go at it!

Featured models:

  • Jesse Gleaton
  • Samantha Cohen
  • Angela Scaramella

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Equipment Used:

 

DSLR photography and portrait photography with a Nikon D7000

DSLR photography and portrait photography with a Nikon D7000

DSLR photography and portrait photography with a Nikon D7000

DSLR photography and portrait photography with a Nikon D7000

DSLR photography and portrait photography with a Nikon D7000

DSLR photography and portrait photography with a Nikon D7000

DSLR photography and portrait photography with a Nikon D7000

DSLR photography and portrait photography with a Nikon D7000

DSLR photography and portrait photography with a Nikon D7000

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