etsy site. And that is just fine with me! Because it is about creativity as much as it is equipment!
We (Sasha and I) wait for a semi cloudy day and late morning or early afternoon to shoot. That way the light is diffused and coming from the window as well as the skylights on the other side of the room. Right now there is a snow covered roof right outside the window that helps diffuse the light nicely. A giant piece of white cardboard or a large piece of mirrored plexi serve to throw a little extra light on the subject if needed. (First I set the timer, and then run to hold the cardboard to reflect the light on just the right spot).
Sasha patiently endures having her limbs unattached and reattached as we slip sweaters on and off. She pivots and pirouettes to show off the garments in the best light… and never complains! She is a lot skinner that me and most of my customers, sp some of the shots move over to the “blue lady” - my dress form, so that the garments can be seen on a variety of sized frames.