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Whether you Sim loves photography as a hobby or they want to become a famous fashion photographer, you’re going to need access to some kind of photography set up. Now that could be a small simple set up in your Sims home or your Sim could have their own Studio located elsewhere. Regardless of what you chose it is possible to create something for every Sim.
Now if you want something small and straight forward that your Sims can have at home then you are able to create some brilliant starter setups.
By using the Photo Drape which costs just $100 as well as using a combination of the Fashion Studio Lights: Perfect Photo Floor Light and BEST Photo Shoot Light, both of which are $200 you already have the basic set up right there. All you need now is to add a camera of your choice and you are all set.
Don’t forget to you can also add a Fashion Studio Subject Mark to help with photographing those Sims. A Subject Mark will cost you $150
But what about a camera and tripod?
To start with, you can use any of the available base game cameras to get you started. As you Sims skill increases and your household funds then you can look at upgrading the camera and also adding in a Tripod.
A simple and basic home photography studio can easily fit into a 4×4 room and still leave you with space to easily move the lighting around into different positions.
However, if you want to create something a bit more extravagant and fabulous then you might be thinking about having a large home studio or even creating a stand-alone photo studio elsewhere in the world.
Of course, this opens up more possibilities for studio layouts. You can keep it nice and simple or you can go all out.
If you are going for a larger home studio why not swap out the Photo Drape for one of the animated Fashion Studio Backdrops. Whether you just want one standalone segment or create a bigger curved setting the choice is yours.
With a bigger home studio, you can also add more to fill the spaces. An area to edit photos, a seating area, hair & makeup station, a wardrobe area and even props scattered across the room will help create that perfect studio look and feel.
Of course, if you are going for a completely separate studio on its own lot, then you can create so many different setups. If you want you can even have multiple studios set up across the lot each with their own styles.
And why not add a welcoming entrance area for Sims to wait and talk to other Sims while waiting for their photoshoots too!
There really is a number of possibilities when it comes to creating a Photo Studio. Whether you keep it nice and simple as a home studio or have a separate venue the choice really is yours.
So why not let your Sims creative side run free through photography. Who knows where it could take them?
Want to find out more about how Photography works in The Sims 4 Moschino Stuff? Then why not check out our Photography 101 article here. Alternatively you can find out more about the new Freelance Fashion Photographer career here.