Photo Studio Accessories

Whether you are thinking of setting up a home studio or a large commercial studio, there are photo-studio-accessories that you cannot do without. The good news is that anything related to your photo studio can be found online. You only need to know what you have to buy and then start shopping.

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  • Metz Mecastudio BL-400
    $317.00
  • Nutmeg (2.72m x 11m) Seamless Background Paper Roll (Nutmeg (2.72m x 11m))
    $202.00
  • Elinchrom Skyport Transmitter Plus HS
    $395.00
  • Phottix Indra500 TTL Battery Powered Studio Light and Battery Pack
    $2,239.00
  • Phottix Indra Battery Pack with 5000mAh Li-ion
    $747.00
  • Phottix Indra Studio Light Power Cable (Straight, 5m)
    $79.00
  • Phottix Backdrop Stand Kit (3.2x2.8m)
    $237.00
  • Phottix Air Cushioned Light Stand for Studio Flash or Light (280cm)
    $100.00
  • Phottix Professional Light C-Stand and Boom (380cm)
    $459.00
  • Canon VL-5 On-Camera 5 Watt Video Light
    $139.00
  • Redwing Sandbag 10kg (Empty)
    $37.00
  • Redwing Joining Stud for Super Clamp
    $17.00
  • Redwing Background Support Bar Only
    $109.00
  • Redwing Short Hex Mount Adapt 1/4 - 3/8
    $19.00
  • Redwing 40 C-Stand Black
    $295.00
  • Redwing 42x78inch Gold/Silver Fabric
    $73.00
  • Redwing 6x Joiner Clip F / Light Panel
    $28.00
  • Redwing 42x78 Aluminium Frame
    $109.00
  • Redwing Telescopic Remote Boom (260cm)
    $425.00
  • Redwing Telescopic Zip-Disc Holder
    $91.00
  • Redwing Castor Set of 3 (22mm)
    $37.00

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Whether you are thinking of setting up a home studio or a large commercial studio, there are photo-studio-accessories that you cannot do without. The good news is that anything related to your photo studio can be found online. You only need to know what you have to buy and then start shopping.

 

What to look for in photo-studio-accessories?

Photo-studio-accessories including proper lighting

Proper lighting is the first thing you need to ensure in your photo studio. There are essentially three types of lights that you require – hot, cold and flash. Both hot and cold lights have their benefits but they need high camera ISO setting and extremely low shutter speeds. Flashes are better in this regard and this is why most photographers prefer them.

Stable photo-studio-accessories

Since you will be mostly clicking people inside your photo studio, you need the right kind of support for stability. There are many options in light stands and mounting that you need to consider. Not only do these photo-studio-accessories help you click stable photos, but they are also able to reflect light properly for a great photograph.

Special effect photo-studio-accessories

The other important photo-studio-accessories that you need include accessories for tabletop shooting, props and accessories for special effect shooting and something as simple as a gaffer tape. Buy a ladder if you have to.

 

How to choose your photo-studio-accessories according to your need?

Photo-studio-accessories for new photographers

If you are new to setting up your photo studio, then you should consider buying a photo studio kit. These kits have different combinations depending upon the experience levels of the photographers. Ensure that you go through all the components of the kits you shortlist and then purchase.

Photo-studio-accessories for portrait photography

If you are into portrait photography, then you could be better off with small strobes and not large, continuous lights. The monolight is one of the is a must-have among your photo-studio-accessories – most of the professional photographer use this for portrait photography. One monolight can be used as the base light and you can add another one along with a grid to capture finer details like hair.

Photo-studio-accessories for smaller studios

If your studio size is not large then you need mounting options. The mounting can be used to hold photo-studio-accessories, especially the lights, steadily in place and can also be used for easy storage of the accessories.

 

What are the most popular photo-studio-accessories?

Cameron Backdrop Support System has an aluminium construction and supports canvas, paper and muslin. It has two 10' stands and one 12.5' crossbar. It is useful for on location shoots.

Print File 120-3HB NEG Pages, 100SH is a contact proofing preserver and can hold 12 6x6 cm frames, 9 6x7 cm frames or 15 6x4.5 cm 120 film frames and one 8x10 in contact print.

Photography Background & Backdrop Stand Kit is lightweight but offers strong support. Its assembly frames can be used for shooting objects of different sizes in suitable backgrounds.It is used for photographing costumes, portraits and large objects.

 

Conclusion

As a photographer, you should research and upskill yourself to become better. As you learn more, you will come to know about the photo-studio-accessories that can make you an even better photographer. You can afford to buy the accessories gradually so that a lot of money doesn’t get spent at one go.

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