Shooting indoors

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    When you are not able to shoot outdoors due to the weather, what indoor options do you guys have? Do you have a part of your home setup as a studio with lights? Do you use your subjects home? Do you rent studio space? Thanks.
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    Have you looked into event type places? Many hotels, museums, convention centers, aquariums etc will sell you a photo pass for a small fee.
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    A great "Cabin Fever" shoot is water drops. It's a small setup and you can come out with some really cool shots.
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    I just stated to use my garage this year as a studio. I'll just need to find out how many space heaters are needed to keep it warm during shoots!

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