If you’re getting bored shooting on the same background you can create a unique look by using a simple $15 pegboard as a background with a larger light positioned behind it shining through. Change it up by adding different color gels to the light. The key is to experiment, have fun and create great photos.
Want to learn more? Check out this article, “Using a Pegboard to Shoot Creative Portraits”
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