Automotive Photographer's workstation

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    As an automotive photographer, I realize I can spend a good amount of time editing photos behind the screen after photoshoots. Therefore I moved my workspace from my room to my basement for a better working environment and organized the new workspace clutter free!

    All cables are hidden, rear speakers are wall mounted with speakers hidden. All harddrives and accessories are somewhat hidden but easy to access. Seat position is better than before.

    Hopefully I can be more productive editing photos this year! Feel free to check out my work at www.shutterlit.com and www.facebook.com/stehophoto

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    1. Spencer P Photos 25 months ago | reply

      Looks awesome, I'm really jealous!

    2. Wladimir Matos R. 25 months ago | reply

      That looks so gorgeous, so clean and and organized!

    3. nikolai_ishan 25 months ago | reply

      Fantastic space! What size monitor is that for the vertical orientation?

    4. alexwise 25 months ago | reply

      Jealous of this setup! Looks great.

    5. aaronactive.net 25 months ago | reply

      Nice setup. A good workspace always aids productiveness :)

      I just reorganised mine as well, did a bit of an ikea hack... writeup coming soon

    6. dj_edob 25 months ago | reply

      Looks gr8...nice place for a motorsport photographer "studio"

    7. zemb 21 months ago | reply

      Where is the desk from?

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