Building a New Studio

posted on 24th of february, 2011

Just in case some of you are still fighting the snow and ice and need something to think about, how about a new studio? You can learn from the best and Yuri has a new one to show you. I just saw this post and knew that it would get some of you photogs out of the winter doldrums just looking and deciding how to duplicate it. Lucky for me, it's becoming spring in my area and I have more important things to occupy my small mind! Such as, AHHHMMM, anyway, go forth and recreate if you dare.

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Posted by Joezachs on March 16, 2011
Thanks Susan for this.
Really informative.
Posted by Noonie on March 04, 2011
We've been talking about you while you were gone, Carol ;)) Keep getting those storms!
Posted by Wildmac on March 04, 2011
Oops sorry I'm a bit late, I haven't been hanging out here recently. I'm with you Susan, the outdoors is my studio of choice too. Really bad storms make really dramatic images so why waste all that good atmosphere by working inside a white box? lol ;)
Posted by Rudavin on March 02, 2011
:))))))) All hello
Posted by Linqong on March 02, 2011
Hi Susan
Thank you for sharing !
Posted by Noonie on February 28, 2011
The outdoors is my studio of choice, Maigi!
Posted by Maigi on February 28, 2011
Right in time, Susan. :) I just got my little ministudio for shooting objects. Now it's time to learn, how to shoot images with pure white background. It's not that easy that I thought with lighting box, but I want to learn it. :) Big studio would be nice too, maybe one day. Are you building a studio, Susan?
Posted by Noonie on February 26, 2011
More laundry, just what I love.......the cats get on all my stuff :((
Posted by Margaretanne on February 26, 2011
Thanks for that. I have the lights but struggle with white cotton sheets for the background .. I hate ironing.. :) :)
Posted by Noonie on February 25, 2011
Posted by Dmccale on February 25, 2011
Thanks Susan for info.Congrats on your big sale.(((H)))
Posted by Noonie on February 25, 2011
Yep, it is a bit close in there, No table for the ping pong!!!!! Claudio and Gabriel, I know you didn't need the extra playroom so don't feel bad, you can add it later ;)
Posted by Rolmat on February 25, 2011
Not for me. Just too small :P
Posted by Justmeyo on February 25, 2011
Thank you Susan for sharing :)I like Claudio comment,my studio it is just like Claudio studio:)
Posted by Claudiofichera on February 25, 2011
my studio is very similar ... maybe a few kilometers smaller.
Posted by Scottysally2 on February 25, 2011
Thanks for sharing Susan. :)
Posted by Adeliepenguin on February 24, 2011
Oh my...I'm glad I live in a warmer climate and don't have to think about a new studio:) Thanks for sharing the link. That studio did put a smile on my face.
Posted by Noonie on February 24, 2011
Well, Maen be sure and let me know when your studio project starts! PS...you need a camera to make it work!
Posted by Mani33 on February 24, 2011
Thanks for sharing Susan!
But as it's getting hot here, I will postpone this till the next winter! So now I will do as you did AHHHHHH :P LOL
Posted by Noonie on February 24, 2011
And it only take a few $$$$ to get a studio like that! :))
Posted by Mariaam on February 24, 2011
Yuri has a great studio!!! Thanks for sharing! :)
Posted by Egomezta on February 24, 2011
Yuri's studio and equipment is amazing, thanks for sharing...
Posted by Noonie on February 24, 2011
Yep, Harold I was thinking about you and a few others...thought you might need some inspiration.
Posted by Secmaster on February 24, 2011
Your comment about fighting snow and ice is so appropriate something else to think about would be nice but when one considers 300 plus centimeters of snow in the last 30 days and snowbanks reaching heights that are beginning to block views from inside your own home one might have a hard time with motivation. Check the picture I sent you on your facebook page and you will see what I mean.

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