Now that Im settled into my new 4200 sq. ft. studio, I have a ton of space. However, that wasnt always the case; in a smaller space, organization was the key to sanity. Tripping over gear and frantically searching for grip equipment is frustrating and doesnt look good in front of clients. I believe if you have an organized workspace that organization will be reflected in your mood while on set, allowing you to stay calm, cool, and collected. In this video, I show you four tips to start...
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Coat closet turned photography equipment storage. Shelves added, $3 spice racks from Ikea serve as storage for lenses and other gear.
Photography Studio Equipment for Beginners: This video by The Slanted Lens shows you what you'll need to start a photography studio in 2017, giving three different entry points into the world of making money with photography with a $1000, $3000, and $5500 setup, showing you can have a pretty cool studio at any budget.