There are a few things to consider if you'd like to set up a home studio. It's not a simple yea or nay idea. The apparent convenience of just walking a few steps to your studio can make it an enticing idea.
Before you take the leap into opening a studio, you need to make sure you’ve thought through the decision. I’ve seen many photographers prematurely open a photography studio and have the doors shut shortly after. They make the mistake of taking on unnecessary costs and thinking if they build a studio, clients will just automatically come. It doesn’t work that way. Check out the link to my blog post that covers the five questions you should be asking yourself before you open a studio.
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This is a computer cart I built for tethered shooting. It has a velcro strip on the side to hold cables and hooks for a lightmeter and the remote for the studio lights. The HDMI cable connects a large monitor. The shelf is for the camera while I'm adjusting something.