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    1. D.Surkova 42 months ago | reply

      wow! ionly dream about this!

    2. Leandri _p 41 months ago | reply

      Hi Jessica, I wonder if you could help me, when i do my newborn shoots, i also use natural light from a very large window like yourself, but it seems like the window lets too much light in which makes the pictures white. is there anything i can use to prevent this? Do you have any advise on what lighting to use when i dont have a perfect day outside as well?

    3. {{Jessica}} 41 months ago | reply

      I know that in my studio, cloudy days are best and blue skies give off less wide spread light, as clouds are like large softboxes! Have you tried to put up sheer curtains to diffuse the light? You can also go to Lowe's or Home Depot and get frosted stick-on type paper for windows. I would try these first before purchasing strobes and softboxes, but if you insist on that, I use a 50x50 softbox and off-camera flash as my back-up...but only on days that it is BLACK out from pouring down rain...and that is VERY rare ;)

    4. SYDTHORNE 26 months ago | reply

      I love the wood flooring and backdrop. Where did you get it?

    5. Jasmine Marsden Photography 26 months ago | reply

      Jessica, Thank you for sharing this! One question: Where did you get the backdrop set up? I am looking at one that Cowboy Studio sells.

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