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Nov 30, 2013 09:38 |  #1

We've just moved into a new house and for the first time I have an office with my own closet. I definitely have enough junk to fill the thing. I'm just wondering how people organize their photography closets? I'd love to see some images too. I'm thinking about building shelves in the closet or purchasing a shelving system. Any ideas?

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Nov 30, 2013 16:13 |  #2

I was going to put this bookcase in my closet, but ended up outside for easy access. It holds lots of loose gears.

Cube bookcase from Office Depot...think I got them for $90 when on sale.

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Dec 01, 2013 04:14 |  #3

thats a good idea. i'll take a snap of mine when i get back home. now i'll have a good excuse to organize it as well


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Dec 01, 2013 08:55 as a reply to  @ airdima's post |  #4

Get a gun safe to put in there, even a cheap one is a LOT more secure than shelves.....

Look for used ones in your local trading paper....

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Dec 01, 2013 13:16 |  #5

I have pretty much all of my small stuff in two drawers of a 4 drawer file cabinet. I got a padded insert for a Pelican 1510 case which fits perfectly in one drawer. I keep all of my lenses in there. The second drawer holds batteries, radio triggers, umbrella adapters, and other misc. junk. My light stands, umbrellas, and tripod are next to the cabinet.




  
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Dec 01, 2013 18:32 |  #6

A good filing cabinet would work well....

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Dec 02, 2013 14:43 |  #7

P51Mstg wrote in post #16493676 (external link)
A good filing cabinet would work well....

Mark H

not for my crap. I'm fixing to spend $220 on a cabinet from lowes. stands take up space.


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Dec 02, 2013 15:04 |  #8

All mine.

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Dec 02, 2013 15:24 |  #9

Looks like a kitchen.........


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Dec 02, 2013 15:37 |  #10
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chrisa wrote in post #16495962 (external link)
All mine.

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Dec 02, 2013 15:59 |  #11

P51Mstg wrote in post #16496012 (external link)
Looks like a kitchen.........

Here's the kitchen.

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Dec 02, 2013 16:45 |  #12

These are just photos from an interior design magazine, right? Surely no one can live in a house and keep it that neat? Os is it just me that lives in comparative squalor . . . ? :)


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Dec 03, 2013 20:41 |  #13

dodgyexposure wrote in post #16496213 (external link)
These are just photos from an interior design magazine, right? Surely no one can live in a house and keep it that neat? Os is it just me that lives in comparative squalor . . . ? :)

I cleaned it up for the pictures.




  
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Dec 06, 2013 19:41 |  #14

Thanks, everyone! Love the "kitchen" look. The cube shelves are probably more up my alley. But I was also trying to figure out how I could protect some of it too and hadn't thought of a gun safe. Great idea! Thanks, guys.

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Dec 06, 2013 20:22 |  #15

chrisa,

I love your photography storage room! And it's obviously close to the cars, so I imagine it's easy to load things up when you head out.

All you need now is a variety of photography backpacks hanging off the hooks and you'd be GTG!

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