Photography storage

Discover creative photography storage ideas to keep your collection organized and easily accessible. Explore stylish solutions for storing your cameras, lenses, and accessories.
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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...

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Drew Mason
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Welcome to my home studio in Jersey City! When I first started hunting for condos after graduating college, I wanted to find a place that I could both live in and also use as a home office & photography studio for my business. This condo (ironically the first unit I even looked at!) turned out to be the perfect fit […]

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Dainer Contreras
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 ... Garage Studio, Equipment Storage, Gear Room, Studio Organization, Studio Equipment, Studio Space, Photography Equipment Storage, Equipment, Studio Room

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

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Art Giraldo