Studio photography is easy because you can get exactly what you want but for those reasons Studio photography is hard as you can get exactly what you want. Soft light, hard light, hair light, background. Everything is under your control.
A lot of people claim to not use a studio when they set up their picture in their kitchen with the use of paper and other material. Personally I really don't care how you did it. As soon as you assemble an environment where you have control over lightning and background than heck you are doing "studio" I really hope people start seeing things a bit wider. It isn't professional counter amateur it is taking pictures! Let us hope that as a professional you take better pictures ... its our job!! But can any professional honestly say he has never seen a gob smacking picture of an amateur? I sure have a zillion times but I am getting off the road here wanting to explain why some pictures belong in this article in my humble opinion. Back to topic "Studio Phot