Remember my new “mail” room that I’ve recently set up? With storage and shipping features? One additional hope I had for this room was a great photo set up. So, I did a trial run to see how it might work.
Oh, it was fantastic! I just moved my empty table up (vertically) against the wall, and I had a nice long sight line. Then, I pulled out the two mega lights I had purchased some years ago. And the tripod. And brought my design wall in with my latest quilt pinned to it. Voila! I was ready to shoot!
But, someone forgot to tell my camera. I’ve owned it for a few years and this is the first time I’ve needed manual settings for shutter speed, etc. Where did I find those features? Nowhere! My camera doesn’t have them. Darn! Drat it.
Back to shooting outside.
P.S. A few notes:
- I have two design walls. Neither is attached to the wall. They just lean up against it, allowing me to move them around. Great for photography.
- Hand sewing needles make great invisible pins for attaching a quilt to a support. (I was really proud of myself for thinking of that one!)