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I have been looking on how to expand my portfolio and was wondering if a high key studio of objects would be a good choice.

And if so, could you recommend a studio that doesn't break the bank?


Jacob Y.


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Hi Jacob


My answer is probably not what you were looking for, but consider this: you have now uploaded 125 pictures to Alamy, with many duplicates, as you have been told already in another thread. Removing the duplicates leaves you with something around 50 pictures, maybe a few more, maybe a few less.


Now, are you sure that with around 50 pictures you have already covered all subjects which you can cover "for free", i.e., without spending much money for a studio or studio equipment? Also, are you confident that your experience in professional photography, postprocessing, and stock photography market knowledge is at the right level that you can make the best use of an investment like you proposed in your post?




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