Ziauddin Abdus: Really great, we are learning !!!!!
DietAndRecipes: Walls should be painted matt black.
becpuls: Can this system be used for large rolls of seamless paper?
Travis Gadsby: That stand is the Manfrotto 231c. It is very helpful in the studio as it
allows you to drop the softbox to the floor with one handed operation. You
can expect to pay about $260 for it, but well worth the money. You will
find them for sale on at bhphoto.com
bayou boggie: what kind of softbox stand is that? i want one that will just slide right
down to the floor like that.
Joey Sanchez: how are yuo carrying your camera around on your hip ?
Michelle Schrieber: What size is your soft box and your reflector?
RayValdez360: Yes, I got the vampire 10x20 ultra smack from Paula. It comes tomorrow.
bikesquirrel: It's so refreshing to see something lightweight, and easy to use become
available - finally! I really love the current backgrounds and everything
look just so simple. This really fills a need in the industry. Exciting :)
Thank you for the video. NC.
c77hoff: What lightbox is it?...I just want a good lightbox. Also are you using a
Travis Gadsby: Yes. The back side of the colorsmacks are white. If you stick with a lower
contrast design, the back could easily be used as a high key backdrop.
Travis Gadsby: @nmomoct28 - That light stand is a Manfrotto product. It is featured on the
front page of our website at silverlakephoto. The model number is 231cs. It
is an 8 ft tall, one handed light stand on wheels. Please let me know if
you have any other questions.
Travis Gadsby: @DietAndRecipes - Not necessarily. It depends on whether you wish your
walls to act as subtractive lighting or reflected lighting. If you leave
them white, you can utilize them as a built in reflector. If you are
shooting in a small space and having trouble getting stronger light ratios,
then it is likely because of too much light bouncing around off your walls
and ceiling and filling in your shadows. We have a large shooting space and
high ceilings, in which case I enjoy the white walls.
Travis Gadsby: @jsanz11 That is a Spider camera holster. spiderholster(dot)com
RayValdez360: can you use the other side of the smacks as a white backdrop as well?
RollinMcCartyPhoto: Very nice system! I like how efficiently (fast) you can work with it. Rollin
thejoephotographer: Nice video, It really shows the speed and versatility of this innovative
Silverlake Photo Colorsmack Backdrops and Studio Speed Rack4.9
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