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A Complete Guide to Building a Photography Studio at Home (Without Breaking the Bank)

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Have you ever dreamt about setting up your own photographic home studio?

I remember when I convinced my wife to let me set up one in my home some years ago. I had dreams of setting up the spare room for taking great portraits of family and friends…. but then I went shopping and had my dreams dashed as I saw the price of the gear I would need.

My dream ended that day.

I wish I’d had this brand new downloadable PDF ebook from DIY photography – Home Studio Photography – it would have shown me how to get my home studio without breaking the bank (and giving me some great DIY projects to do.

Author Udi Tirosh describes its purpose:

This book takes the most important gear in the studio and demonstrates how you can build cheaper, yet fully functional versions.

All up there are 23 projects covered in this great ebook including:

  • The Easiest Softbox In The World
  • DIY Strip Light
  • The Best Softbox Ever
  • Continuous Light Softbox
  • Turkey Pan Beauty Dish
  • Foamboard Reflector
  • V Cards
  • PVC Diffusion Screen
  • The ‘Oh So Famous’ Cereal Snoot
  • Coroplast Gridspot
  • Black Straws Grid
  • PVC Light Stand
  • Pony Clamp Stand
  • Stick In A Can
  • Light Tent
  • Underlight With A Cardboard Box

There are also some useful Appendixes with a Cheat Sheet, some commonly used materials and suggested further reading.

All in all it’s 115 pages of really useful information for anyone wanting to have a go at building their own studio with some ideal projects to tackle over the Holidays and into the New Year.

Normally $19.85 USD – this week it’s being launched at $14.95 USD. You can pick it up here.

PS: There’s a 30 day guarantee – so if it’s not quite right for you you’re able to get your money back.

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Darren Rowse

Darren Rowse is the editor and founder of Digital Photography School and SnapnDeals. He lives in Melbourne Australia and is also the editor of the ProBlogger Blog Tips. Follow him on Instagram, on Twitter at @digitalPS or on Google+.

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