- eBook: Your Complete Guide To Building A Photography Studio At Home
... Pan Beauty Dish Foamboard Reflector V Cards PVC Diffusion Screen The ‘Oh So Famous’ Cereal Snoot Coroplast Gridspot Black Straws Grid PVC Light Stand Pony Clamp Stand Stick In A Can Light Tent ...
Story - udijw - 2010-12-09 23:03 - 18 comments
- One Light Portrait Setup #1 - Butterfly Lighting (+ Optional Strobe)
... for this shot using a single strobe. This one was for the PVC lovers. In this post I am going to explain how to create the same ...
Story - udijw - 2010-08-12 12:34 - 5 comments
- The Green Bean Hair Light
... Value green bean can and a piece of plumbing drainage PVC to make a fairly useful hairlight. The flash used for this project is a ... should be large enough to emit light into the external PVC pipe. If you are using a small optical slave light, cut a ...
Story - udijw - 2010-03-08 11:39 - 9 comments
- Camera Shoulder Stock For Nature Photography
... could make a camera stock out of pieces of small diameter pvc or abs tubing. Or perhaps even copper tubing! I'm thinking about making ...
Story - udijw - 2010-03-08 09:14 - 15 comments
- Empower Yourself On Location (Or Two Portable Power Packs)
... on making a great backdrop and am trying to put together a PVC stand to support the backdrop. But I need better lighting. I have ...
Story - udijw - 2010-03-08 09:36 - 8 comments
- A Turkey Pan Upgrade And Three Cheap Portrait Setups
... The back was cut with heavy duty sheers used to cut PVC pipe (but a hacksaw would work) to accomodate the speedlights, bent back ...
Page - udijw - 2010-03-08 12:21 - 14 comments
... from kenrickparish.com contributed some great PVC backdrop and " don't throw that tripod " articles. ...
Page - udijw - 2009-06-03 10:09 - 0 comments
- Photo Studio Compression Pole
... length but you can always jerry-rig it by selecting some PVC or electrical conduit that will mate with the existing rod material and ...
Page - udijw - 2010-03-08 13:32 - 8 comments
- 108 Seconds Of Studio Transformation Explained
... about two minutes. The cross bars were once simple PVC pipes, but over time those began to sag, which created an unsightly ripple effect on my rolls of paper. Replacing the PVC with stiffer aluminum cross bars solved that problem. Subsequently, I ...
Story - udijw - 2009-05-30 20:48 - 1 comment
- Last Day For Home Studio Photography eBook $14.95 Promotion
... someone build a softbox from macaroni and pastrami PVC and wood. Today is the last day of our launch week promotion where the ...
Story - udijw - 2010-12-16 19:10 - 0 comments