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…

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Placement for reflectors The video accompanied with this pin gives a visual to a very organized closet. http://www.ehow.com/video_2371488_photography-studio-equipment-hooks.html

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Yastremska Creating a home photography studio may seem like an expensive venture, not to mention an overwhelming one. Where do you start? What do you need? And will it be professional enough? But if you go the DIY route, you can create a fully-functional studio for much less than you might think. There are countless ways to save on backdrops, stands, and light modifiers, if you’re willing to build them yourself. You can also shop for deals, or buy used equipment like umbrellas and…

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