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Camera equipment storage

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A few weeks ago we shared a custom-built workspace by a photographer named Tom Brinckman. This week we have a glimpse into photographer Dan Jahn's dream

Camera equipment storage and organization - old shelf converted into easy lens and camera equipment storage by making compartmentalized spaces for each piece of gear.

I converted an old drawer into a compartmentalized lens storage place. Over the years my video equipment has grown to a size that makes taking all of it to each video shoot impractical. This year I filmed with more groups than I ever have before, and I found myself leaving lenses and cameras sitting out...

vintage camera storage

I don't know if you guys have noticed, but we kind of like cameras around here. Correction: I (Katherine) kind of like cameras. Conan LOVESSSS them with four s's. Home skillet has worked at a camera store of one variety or another for the past bazillion years and in his spare time, he started a business with me where we will *hopefully* do is just drive around and take people's pictures all day and night. So, it comes as no surprise that there are a LOT of cameras around our house. Pretty…

Now that I'm settled into my new 4200 sq. ft. studio, I have a ton of space. However, that wasn't 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 doesn't 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 starting ...

Now that I'm settled into my new 4200 sq. ft. studio, I have a ton of space. However, that wasn't 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 doesn't 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 starting…