I am so excited! In January I will officially open the doors to MY OWN photography studio! Its not huge, but I dont need huge. It has the most gorgeous natural lighting, which is perfect because I am a natural light photographer. I hate using flash lol I signed the lease on it yesterday. There is another photographer there now but she will be moving so I am taking over her lease. Here are a few super quick snap shots I got of the place. I prefer to shoot outdoors, but living in North Dakota its impossible sometimes because it gets so darn cold. I am hoping to start doing some budior in my studio, and also get some more newborns in. Fingers crossed I stay busy like I have been and can make a living doing this - and keep up the studio! hehe
(ignore my blurry baby please! lol)
top left is the entry way / prop stash room. I will have my desk in this area as well.
top right is the view of the entry way and the back of the room. I was standing by the big window in this shot.
The bottom picture is the rest of the room, this was taken a few weeks ago and so thats why it looks slightly differnt from the first image. My set up will be a lot different then what you see :)
Its in the heart of downtown, on the busiest street. Its on the second floor so there is no store front with foot traffic, but I will have a sign out front that is visible from the street. Which is great because on Saturday its a flea market on my street!!!
Super quick snap shot I took while I was there, I just love the light!
Another quick snappie, the window was camera right, that light is so yummy!
I dont have that SN anymore. I deleted my old account, and I like to keep my new SN as private as possible. Sometimes I want to post things like this, so I go anon. People would know who I was if I posted under my new SN.
Then why don't you just post under your sn instead of posting anonymous and then say who you are? It's just seems odd to me.
BTW this is Multi :)
by Anonymous 1 - Original Poster
November 18, 2012 at 5:50 PM
Thank you! It is a huge step. Im nervous, a little worried but most of all hopeful and excited!
What a huge exciting step. Congrats and best of luck with continued success!