If you spend a lot of time at your desk editing photos you know how crucial a comfortable desk is. No cable clutter… easy storage… and it definitely has to look nice. Photographer Tom Barnes (who build this on location workstation too), made a table to fit his needs not only as a photographer, but as a tall photographer too.
Aside for having the precise height for Tom, the table also had to feature a shelf for hard drives, storage space and be 99% cable free. It also needed a dual monitor mount sunk into the desk. Here is what Tom got with a little bit of google sketch up and some scaffold parts.
This is the initial sketch that was taken to the wood shop…
The table is indeed one of the cleanest pieces of hardware that I saw. The cavities on the back provide plenty of space for running all the cables that are needed for monitors, hard-drives and other devices. The front has some spaces for storing drives, USB hubs and speakers cables.
As you can see the final (at least for now) version swapped the dual monitor stand for a 4K Dell display.