10 + unique at-home studio ideas

Can't travel or shoot at your usual spot anymore? Stuck in side your house? Need some fresh ideas?









1. Throw Back Shoot

have a retro shoot with some old-school vinyl backdrops from Amazon., have your model dress up in a really cool hairstyle and have fun!



This rainbow brick backdrop is super fun for a photoshoot in your living room.






2. Car Shoot

Have a shoot with a cool car outside. Make sure you get that puppy washed and detailed first before shooting.










3. Mini Boudoir shoot

Find a clean bed LOL and some beautiful light and have some fun.




4. Milk Bath Shoot

get three gallons of milk or milk powder and have fun creating beautiful tub images. Need a flower headband? Want to buy this one? See the link here







5. Gel Video Light Shoot


I love using this little light with the included gel packs to really give a beautiful and different tone.





6. Throw a "party"

Have a at-home party with some fun DIY decor and party props








7. have a creative silhouette shoot with a simple video light

Use a simple video light to put on a stool behind the model so that she or he is complete darkness!

8. Use Fun Props

I love using old frames, confetti and this super fun disco ball to create unique photos.




9. Colorful paper shoot

Use Seamless paper or multiple colors at once to create some stunning images at home.







10. Use tin foil as a background

I love using textured backgrounds as a really cool addition to any at-home shoot.







Christal Marshall is the owner of Virginia Photos and Films, www.virginiaphotosandfilms.com. Virginia Marketing and Media www.virginiamarketingandmedia.com and Virginia Beach Photobooth Company www.virginiabeachphotoboothcompany.com

She lives, breathes and does media and marketing pretty much 24-7 for over 14 local business through social media management, website design, photo, video or media coverage or graphic design.

She lives, breathes and does media and marketing pretty much 24-7 for over 14 local business through social media management, website design, photo, video or media coverage or graphic design.

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She is a homeschool mom of three, cat lover, sushi eater and poke fan! She started her business in 2011 with nothing but a $400 camera from Amazon, now she is has been published in over 60 different blogs and websites for her media work and rank top Wedding Photographers in Virginia

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