It’s said that one shouldn’t take on renos in December. I do believe there’s some truth to that if you wish to maintain your sanity this time of year.
However, with a hovering deadline to build something by Jan 15th for FOLK, I’m in dire need for a new place to build. My garage is too small and dark (and full) for how-to photos, and outside is too cold. What’s left?
Of course!! The photo studio!
So I went in there last night to clear out the remainder of the junk. And started painting.
I just used a quality kitchen and bath white eggshell straight out of the can.
And this is what I was met with this AM. BRIGHT!!! Yeah, camera settings were way off but what a happy bright problem to have.
“Jenna, come here! Lay down… gooood girl! Stay….”
I was a little eager to try out the room. With all the lights turned off, this is what I was able to capture.
With no baseboards, I needed this shot to work, like NOW. A pallet board (what else?) came to the rescue. Boy that anchored her nicely…
Ever changing baseboards… hmmm…
Loving that cement floor with just a skim coat of… something.
“Jenna, LOOK!” (and don’t blink)
The natural light is very good I must say.
I think I’m going to like shooting AND building in this room just fine! Onto paint coat #2!
And in order to avoid a furball fight over blog fairness,
How are you dealing with the darker weather upon us for photo shoots?
Have a fav white tone for the walls you’d recommend?