I have my home studio setup in a room in the house where it's carpet. I do plan on removing the carpet and putting some kind of hard flooring, but until I do what can I do while shooting full body shots where it requires the feet/foot to be included? I'm using seamless paper now, should I invest into the other type of backdrops that isn't seamless paper to put on top of the carpet?
I'll make a video on this question sometime this week, also showing my home studio as well for you can fully see and understand my situation.
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Answered: How to shoot in a home studio without hard floors?
I'm going to post the video question still, but since I have some idea on how to solve this problem I'm going to attempt it and show my attempt on video and see if I could create decent photos of myself. (Decent photos not considering the fact I'm not a model, just decent as in exposure, composition, lighting, etc.)
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