When Weathers Bad Outside, Just Shoot Indoors

Posted: February 4, 2016 in Uncategorized
Are you having cabin fever during the long winter months. If you are not adventurous enough to go out in the cold and shoot and there isn’t that much to shoot anyways at this time of year, then just have fun shooting simple objects in your home. This challenges you find ordinary things and turn them into something artistic. Go ahead and see how you do. Here are a few things I found to shoot.

 

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Comments
  1. Carolyn Fletcher says:

    I, for one, am on a very limited budget. What’s an inexpensive way to light your subjects on an indoor shoot. I’m in a very small apartment with little space for setting up.

    • Mike Moats says:

      Carolyn, you should have a window in your apartment, so you could set up a table there and use the natural light coming in. I also shoot a lot of my images in my basement just using the overhead florescent lighting, or just use whatever lighting is available, doesn’t have to be any special kind of lighting. Every week I’m teaching workshops where we are shooting in a conference room and using whatever light is provided and it varies greatly from room to room, and image always turn out fine.

    • Dave Lundyd says:

      I frequently use a small LED array such as Promaster LED120 Plus (less that $100) or a high intensity LED flashlight.

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