Have you been looking for a new way to showcase your talent? Do you have a need to take professional photographs of small objects? Or do you want to practice studio-style photography without the staggering expense? Steve Meltzer writes of an addictive type of photography; creating and using a tabletop studio.
Steve Meltzer writes:
I like that notion that it is a space away from the hustle-bustle of the outside world, where the photographer can study and contemplate their work. Whether shooting objects for fun, for an auction site, for documentation or for insurance purposes, using the tabletop studio is an opportunity for a photographer to slow down and think about lighting and image making.
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