Your Studio

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  1. arigram

    arigram Member

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    We have shown our darkrooms, our cameras and our faces, we should also show our studio space.
    So, go on, post photos of the indoor space where magic happens and don't shy away with the details, it might be helpful to someone creating their own studio or doing a make over.
    Mine, is just the living + dining room of an old apartment building. It measures about 4m square with 3m height for each room and actually its more of one large space divided into two. Unfortunately I can't remove the divider, but the double doors open enough for me to back up with the camera while the model and lighting stays in the other space.
    It works well and managed to paint and decorate it in such a way it feels very personal to me and pleases even my visitors.
    Oh, the legs. They are to remind me that the world is beautiful.
    There is also a hanging print of Corto Maltese in one corner you can't see.

    Any other details you would like to know?
     

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  2. David A. Goldfarb

    David A. Goldfarb Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Good idea, Ari. I've moved this to the Misc. Equipment forum (I thought Lighting, but a studio is more than lighting), since this is very much an on topic thread (and the Lounge is for off topic threads), and made it a sticky.
     
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    hmmm the image didn't go on so clearly I don't understand. but the link should work.
    Dennis
     
  5. David A. Goldfarb

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    You put in a URL for the page referring to the image, but not to the image itself (the jpg file)--

    [​IMG]
     
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    nice studio dennis
     
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    Great thread.

    I wish I had a studio. There's simply no room in the small condo I live in right now. I'm building a house though and it will have a darkroom that can do double duty as a studio.
     
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    Great...
    I am also planning for building a new studio....
     
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    This thread is dead, nobody has posted on it since 2008 six years ago.
     
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    okay then...here:


    https://flic.kr/p/DqWLLk
     
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    What is the idea behind that "mesh" at the wall? I have never seen such.
     
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    It is in a Yurt. The "Mesh" is the structure of the wall :wink:
     
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    Yes, it reminded me of a yurt wall, but I dismissed that idea and rather thought it to be a modern house and the ceiling to be some kind of cover of roof isolation.
    (In future I shall look for hidden captions...)

    A yurt... that makes it really special !!
     
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    seeing this post reminds me how much i miss seeing ari and his posts.
     
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    I so agree :sad:.
     
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