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  • JFA in Montreal

    If you want to make yourself a curved seamless background, without the problem of having to shoot all over the table length, just build yourself a little lift-up rack with a few wood sticks, and curve up the static mat up to about half the table length, from the wall. That way, you’ll be able to shoot from the free end, and still have your curved seamless background. Just don’t affix the anti-static mat to the table (it has to remain non-static, after all…)

  • JFA in Montreal

    after your Outtatime logo, why not an Outtashelfspace or Outtabenchspace one? 🙂

  • Paul

    Maybe if you tidied the other ones up, you won’t need a New one 🙂

    • BIll Georgoulakis

      No no no… bench space is, and will never be, enough!!! 🙂

    • Austin T

      Agree looks like a huge mess. Oh don’t look at my bench since it has real useful stuff on it! Honestly you could get rid of some of the clutter.

  • Jerry Hubbard

    Where are the high fives for the wife. She worked hard! Plus the best part of the video is at time 8:25. 🙂 Mom and her son!!!

  • NurseBob

    Regarding your lighting: I’m assuming you have some sort of softboxes for even lighting, and further assuming you’re using the handy floor stands most are supplied with. However, when you have a setup like your new bench, where the lighting is likely to be pretty standard, have you considered hanging them from the ceiling. This is often done in commercial studios to conserve floor space as well as set up a better angle from “on high.”


  • You might want to build a shelf under the bench. You already have the bracing on the long sides, double the available storage within the original footprint.

  • Stefan van Rozendaal

    What a cute little helper you’ve got there! Proud dad! 🙂

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