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I am looking at a studio that is about 270 sqr feet in size for about 650/month that include heat and hydro ...
is this good for starting out?
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can you use your 70-200 lens on a subject and still have background separation? how Long is the shooting length?
Costs would have to be answered by other Canadian's in similar cities to yours.
A skilled photographer can create stunning portraits in pretty well any space but it's easier when the studio is a reasonable size. I'd put the minimum length at 25 feet and width at 12 feet. Height should be 10 feet or more
What's more important is whether the studio is ground floor or up three flights of stairs and in what part of town. This will profoundly affect the rent and determine whether you intended customers will want to visit.
I think for one of the locations it is like 12 x 24 and the other is 15 x 16 ...
here is what has been offered to me at the moment - I have one location that is something like 12 x 24 for 650/month and a second location that is broken down like this - 2 offices for 600/month and the rooms are sizes of 15 x 16 anf 15 x 13 ...
So I am not sure if any of these will work ...
When starting as a full-timer, I worked from home. The studio was a 14 foot square bedroom and the selling was done in our sitting room.
It's possible to work from pretty well any space but the location will affect your business a lot more.
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