Creepy or Mysterious?: Closed-Up Room Stock Photo

I often turn my living room into a simple set (or two) for photo shoots …

For this, I used a Classic Tile Floor Drop by Savage Universal, covered my chair and dress form with crumpled bed sheets, and hung some fabrics on my favorite Manfrotto background support.

The Manfrotto background support is not exactly heavy duty; but, love how fast and easy I can setup and dismantle its parts, and how I can snap them together neatly when I store kit after shoots.

Creepy or Mysterious?: Dark Closed-Up Room Stock Photo

After midnight, I turned all the lights off and shot these images using one light source: a Profoto B1 monolight with a Magnum Reflector snapped onto it.

Creepy or Mysterious?: Dark Closed-Up Room Stock Photo

I simply moved the lights here and there, and add/reduce the intensity of the light. Easy peasy.

(P.S. Even though the Magnum Reflector is completely round, there were chairs  & other objects between the lightsource and the things I photographed. And, along with the Magnum Reflector, these off-the-camera objects reshaped the light)

Creepy or Mysterious?: Dark Closed-Up Room Stock Photo

I shot approximately three dozen photos, picked my top 8, and sent them to the stock photo agency I’m signed to. Everything was done in less than 20 minutes.

Creepy or Mysterious?: Dark Closed-Up Room Stock Photo

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