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Jan 23, 2014 18:22 |  #1

Hey,

I would like to keep my Paul C Buff soft boxes together and hang them on a wall for storage.

Does anyone else hang there Soft Boxes on the wall when they are not using them?

Does anyone have any links to a mounting solution?

Thanks in advance.

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Jan 23, 2014 19:10 |  #2

I've been thinking the same thing. Here's what I came up with:

Get a stand and an Einstein for each modifier you have. Line up against wall. Solved. If enough of you agree, so might my wife! :D

Reality: mine are stood up on a closet top shelf (they can't fall out).


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Jan 23, 2014 22:42 |  #3

Mine lean against a wall covered by a sheet to keep off the dust between use.


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Jan 24, 2014 04:35 |  #4

A hook mounted to the wall for each softbox.


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Jan 24, 2014 05:29 |  #5

KhaledA wrote in post #16632118 (external link)
A hook mounted to the wall for each softbox.

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following. keep it up guys. someone is gonna hot one out of the park:eek:


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Jan 24, 2014 06:00 |  #6

The Phlearn studio velcros them to the wall, and they mention the setup in one of their free videos on youtube, I think it was the studio open house one...


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Jan 24, 2014 11:21 |  #7

3:30ish in the video

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Jan 24, 2014 11:31 |  #8

All you need is a hook. Buy coated hook at hardware store for $1, screw into wall, hang softbox, done.

I personally hang all mine from the banister in my loft. :) I bent some metal rods to wrap around a ballister, over the handrail, and into hooks to hold the softboxes. When you sit in my office and look up you're met with a wall of softboxes. :lol:


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