Our living/dining room can be turned into an impromptu studio in about ten minutes flat. Furniture gets pushed to the sides of the room and the backdrop stand comes out. I have several different backdrops I use but I tend to favour either the white roll of paper or the black calico. I feel that they are the two backdrops that will never date.

Last Sunday we had family turn up for a portrait session. I have worked with Chelsea in the past and she is very photogenic. She wanted a photo with her mother for Mother’s Day. I never just shoot one photo when the studio is set up, if we have gone to the trouble of setting it up we may as well have some fun with it – and we did!

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