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The Milwaukee Photography Meetup Group Message Board › Daycare photography

Daycare photography

user 10226068
Milwaukee, WI
Post #: 1
I am doing pictures for my sons daycare and I was wondering if anyone had any good suggestions on lighting. I would like to take full bodies and head shots of the children. I need the most inexpensive set possible. If any of you could help me out i would appreciate it.

Scott D.
Sussex, WI
Post #: 25
The obvious thing is to find a big window in the place and setup in front of that. If it is to sunny, put some tissue paper over the window. If you don't have a window, can you shoot outside in the playground? Use a telephoto lens and really compress the background so you blur out the crap beyond.

If none of those options work, reach for a speedlight and an umbrella.
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