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    Administrator ian's Avatar
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    Studio

    I am not a professional, I am an amateur. One thing I have wanted to get is a small setup at home with proper lighting and a backdrop to take product photos.
    In order to take my other site computerforum.com to the next level, I will really need to do product reviews, and need a proper setup.
    I was first inspired by reading this post
    http://www.stephenfung.net/my-ghetto...graphy-studio/

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    ^Noob trolls are awesome...

    You don't need to be a professional to have a studio set-up.
    Canon 1D Mark II
    Canon 17-40L
    Canon 70-200 2.8L
    Tamron 28-75 2.8
    580EX
    And lots of random accessories

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    Photo Contest Winner x 9 justinjavellana's Avatar
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    I improvise by using a white wall with strobes. Does the same trick.
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    Canon EOS 3 |Canon EOS 60D
    EF-S 10-22mm | EF 50mm f/1.8 |EF 85mm f/1.8 | EF 70-200mm f/4L
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