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    Any thoughts on converting one of these green houses to a natural light photographic studio?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Mobbs
    Any thoughts on converting one of these green houses to a natural light photographic studio?
    The Peters Valley Craft Center uses a number of 19th century structures in the Deleware Water Gap Recreational Area in extreme western New Jersey. One of the structures is an old greenhouse, and it is not uncommon for folks in photography workshops to work in the greenhouse. I was in a workshop there last summer in which we used the space to photograph some nude models.
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    BWKate, those IR images are awesome!


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    Thanks Sanjay!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Mobbs
    Any thoughts on converting one of these green houses to a natural light photographic studio?

    On the Isle of Wight (where I live) we have Dimbola Lodge which was the house of the Victorian photographer Julia Margaret Cameron which is now preserved as a museum and gallery.

    Julia Margaret Cameron actually did this although her greenhouse was actually a glazed chicken house.

    http://www.dimbola.com/archive/Colle...scription.html


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