I store empty camera bags on the wall of my camera closet. That way I can pack the right bag for the right outing.

One by one, nails holding the bags fell off the wall until I had one big mess on closet floor and couldn’t find anything.

Bill and I went to Menards and brainstormed for a solution. We spent $14.41 on scrap lumber, hooks, and wall mounts. From home he added more wood scraps and set out to complete this one day job on a secured camera bag wall, as well as another idea we came up with for a sort of long bag coral.

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Considering my cameras are downstairs in their own bags, what’s in a camera closet? With my hobby of photography, cinema photography, as well as having a small studio; STUFF.

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Miscellaneous things were also disorganized on shelves opposite the bags wall.

 

Bill mounted wood strips to secure hooks, and built the tall bag coral in one day. The next day I emptied the closet to reorganize. But first the new wood needed to be painted.

 

Out of the room and into the closet.

 

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There’s no comparison to what it was before…

 

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A coral for bags that hold tripods, light stands, a boom mic stand, and reflector stand.

 

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It was a productive two day project.

 

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Thanks, my fantastic husband Bill.

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