I am working on transforming the studio to better suit boudoir photography since it is becoming more in demand. I hate how the walls are painted now so we will be taking wood panels and making fake walls. We will wallpaper them and add baseboard to them. This way it is more portable. I think they will end up being 7x7 feet or close to it. I will be buying or making a second backdrop stand for the second studio room and I will be moving my office to the third room so I actually have a dedicated office. I am posting this just in case anyone else is looking for ideas on how to set up a photography studio. Especially if you have limited space like I do.
Here is how it looks now:
Second Studio: (this is a older photo)
(I plan to keep the bed in this room and add a backdrop stand)
Potential office (currently storage):
Too messy to photograph right now =P
Suggestions are welcome.
Also I will be buying this backdrop soon (http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...tage_5503.html
). I am sure I will pick wallpaper that looks similar. Maybe one that is similar to the backdrop and maybe a more simple and modern one.
New idea: Maybe cut one of the wood boards so it has a fake window in it.