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the furnace & masthay studios / west hartford, ct - Jamie Bannon Photography | Hartford, Connecticut

Once in a while you happen upon something that really inspires you. For me, this seems to happen in waves. Maybe it happens most when I’m subconsciously looking to be inspired—or maybe it’s just by chance. In any case, this is how I happened upon Kait Lennon. A friend of a friend of a friend, […]

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kury
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How to Create an Authentic Personal Brand

If you cringe a tiny bit when you hear the phrase “personal brand,” I hear ya — it’s a buzzword that can feel a bit phony, especially when tossed around the social media-sphere the way it often is lately. But when you get to the root of what a personal brand really is (don’t worry, we’ll […]

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Dominique van den Broek
Now that I'm settled into my new 4200 sq. ft. studio, I have a ton of space. However, that wasn't always the case; in a smaller space, organization was the key to sanity. Tripping over gear and frantically searching for grip equipment is frustrating and doesn't look good in front of clients. I believe if you have an organized workspace that organization will be reflected in your mood while on set, allowing you to stay calm, cool, and collected. In this video, I show you four tips to starting ... Film Equipment Organization, Film Gear Storage, Photo Studio Organization Ideas, Photo Studio Storage, Product Studio Photography, Studio Set Up, Photography Studio Setup Small Spaces, Basement Art Studio, Work Space Ideas

Four Tips for Studio Organization

Now that I'm settled into my new 4200 sq. ft. studio, I have a ton of space. However, that wasn't always the case; in a smaller space, organization was the key to sanity. Tripping over gear and frantically searching for grip equipment is frustrating and doesn't look good in front of clients. I believe if you have an organized workspace that organization will be reflected in

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