The other day I was in a creative mood and wanted to take some creative portraits but I had two pretty large problems. I had no budget and no location. These are two very important ingredients for a great creative shot. So I decided to search through my room and discovered a few old “Rollingstone” magazines. From there I tore out each page and found a nice corner wall where I taped them all up creating a collage. Once it was done I framed my model so that it appeared to be a full covered back drop when in reality an inch or two below the frame was a regular white wall and brown carpet.
In the end I was very happy with the finale result and it cost me absolutely nothing to take. So never let a creative mood pass you by because of a lack of materials. Use what you’ve got lying around the house and you will find that any photograph can be an amazing one.