DIY ~ Micro-Lite Cargo-Go Lite Xtreme Trailer [Pole lights, fan, & equipment holder], 07/23

Trifold utility–Steampunk Style

This project began by looking for a way to raise the fan [a gift from the Artis family, Richmond, Virginia]. I decided on pipes, except I thought I needed a 48″ threaded piece. I decided to use what I have, coming short by 3-inches. In the end, I shortened the fan pedestal even more–38.5 inches. My build will includes at least one¬†Nanoleaf bloom. Thelighting will go well with the trailer [photo studio] as I am equipping it. I have wanted my equipment harness in the trailer; but, I had no place for it–now I do!

The pole is anchored to the floor at the passenger-side rear d-ring. It is installed so the floor can still float.

It has been a productive¬†day. Next up–light sockets for the two bulbs. Stay tuned…

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DIY ~ Micro-Lite Cargo-Go Lite Xtreme Trailer [testing Canon 6D exposure settings], 07/07

Shot with a stationary camera and a 100mm lens.

 

This is another test after my 03/31 check. More likely, I will shoot with the camera in hand using my 50mm or 24mm lens. I need a model to evaluate exposure. Nonetheless, I am learning my shooting environment. I will be great the have the Nanoleaf Canvas–expected late November of this year.

Their canvas uses 15cm [5.90551-inch] square panels. I’ll place 9 [a single column of 6″ square panels or 54-inches] on each of the two wings. I guessed right on the wings height and width. Yeah!

Stay tuned…