* Well that's a big question without a lot of information. Are you talking a darkroom or a studio and another thing what will you be taking pictures of people: Adults, men, woman, children, toddlers, infants. Animals: dogs, cats, horses, pets. well first if it is a darkroom you will need a room that is at least 10'X12' lots of shelves there are a lot of chemicals like developing solution, you will need three tables one is for an enlarger the others are for developing the film you will need trays in about 3 different sizes and you will need 3 of each size you will want A good darkroom timer developing tubes they keep the silver-oxide paper moving with the chemical you will need a red light about 40 watt frosted you can get them on-line, line to dry out your paper after developing. Make sure there are no light leaks to have a bright light above the door going into the room with a big sigh that states DO NOT ENTER WHEN LIGHT IS ON. Or you can install a lock that can only be open from the inside I use both just in case I forget to lock the door or they don't see the light if your careful you wont have any accidents. Now for a studio now both of these will be expensive but the price for a studio can be prohibitively high with lights boxes flashes and flash triggers do you want them wired or wireless I wont mention battery's you said you wanted a room oh in both of these your going to need a lot of AC outlets. you know I could sit here for hours just going on you asked a simple question but with out some more info I can go on forever and this is probably one of the biggest answers on this Wiki and theres the whole digital realm I didnt even touch on like Photoshop CS3 basic and enhanced there Adobe Darkroom just for DSLR`s Theres also Adobe After Affects 5.0 I think that's the name is the low end point and shoot digital cameras and pro-sumers that are kind of new that give you the advantages of an DSLR but with out the removable lens well I think this is where this answer ends but if I where you I would start with a book my favorites are the Dummies Sires of bright yellow books there just great for someone starting out just pick what you want to learn and put a dummies in front of it like Photography For Dummies. You can also goto:
* www.adobe.com * www.Nikon.com * www.sony.com
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Abelardo Morell has written: 'A camera in a room' -- subject(s): Artistic Photography, Photography, Artistic 'Camera obscura' -- subject(s): Camera obscuras, Photography, Pinhole, Pinhole Photography
To get a job doing wedding photography a person should have some experience at an apprentice or a photography internship. This will help you build a portfolio and clients.
It is just a party room but you have to have store credits!
Yeah, easiest is to build a pinhole camera. http://www.pinhole.com/ Or read: "Pinhole Photography" by Eric Renner
you can buy party rooms at the Lumbear Yard for 5000 (the Dance Party Room, Sporty Run Room, and the Beachtime Room) If you have a Birthday Party at a local Build-A-Bear Workshop you can get a code and get a cool new room like a Zoo Room, Rock'n'Roll Room, and a Fashion Show Room. ~BritneyBanana13~
Get a contractor!
Your photography instructor; wondering why the heck the lights are on in the dark room.
I do photography for both hobby and money. I use room lighting apps and trust me they are a must have if your into photography. The right picture says a thousands words. check it out ht tps://bit.l y/396m 3hY
Go to the build mode and there should be a wall, if you select it you can build the room by putting the walls in.
Click on the tree at the Entrance!
You need 10 soft clay to build one. I never did it; but I would guess you first build the room, then select the appropriate hotspot in this room.
There are two important issues in photography today. Do you have the rights to legally use the photographs you take in a commercial setting? Do you have enough digital storage room?
Angela Grauerholz has written: 'Timeframe' -- subject(s): Artistic Photography, Exhibitions 'Angela Grauerholz: Reading room for the working artist' 'New room of contemporary art' -- subject(s): Artistic Photography, Exhibitions 'Angela Grauerholz'
There are many different types of photography. Understanding which category a photo falls into will develop your photographic knowledge.Product photographyAbstract PhotographyAdventure PhotographyAdvertising PhotographyArchitecture PhotographyBlack and White PhotographyCandid PhotographyCityscape PhotographyCommercial PhotographyFashion PhotographyDocumentary PhotographyDrone PhotographyEditorial PhotographyLandscape PhotographyLifestyle PhotographyMacro PhotographyMinimalist PhotographyMobile PhotographyNewborn PhotographyNight Photography
because people need more room to build things because people need more room to build things
Portrait photography wedding photography fashion photography nature photography high speed photography landscape photography macro photography street photography travel photography long exposure photography freeze frame photography pinhole photography, to name a few
Annette Merrild has written: 'The room project' -- subject(s): Artistic Photography, City dwellers, Interviews, Living rooms, Photography, Artistic, Pictorial works
Don Feltner has written: 'How to become world famous in photography' -- subject(s): Photography, Business methods 'M.A.P., a photographers' roadmap to success' -- subject(s): Business methods, Photography 'Build your own portrait park' -- subject(s): Portrait photography, Business methods, Photography, Home-based businesses 'A half million $$$ a year in full time photography' -- subject(s): Business methods, Commercial photography, Photography, Advertising, Photographers 'Successful advertising strategies to the year 2000' -- subject(s): Photographers, Advertising, Strategic planning
coct of 100 room hotel to build in Ireland at present it is calculated at approximately €30,000 per room
yes u go to the city hall and click "build room "
Jay Prosser has written: 'Light in the dark room' -- subject(s): Photography, Philosophy, Loss (Psychology) 'Light in Dark Room'
Nobuyoshi Araki has written: 'Nobuyoshi Araki, 26.9.-6.11.1997' -- subject(s): Artistic Photography, Exhibitions, Photography of women, Photography, Artistic, Pictorial works, Tokyo 'Araki by Araki' -- subject(s): Artistic Photography, Erotic Photography, Photography, Artistic, Photography, Erotic 'Araki' -- subject(s): Artistic Photography, Erotic Photography, Exhibitions, Photography, Artistic, Photography, Erotic, Portrait photography 'Tokyo novelle' -- subject(s): Artistic Photography, Erotic Photography, Exhibitions, Photography, Photography, Artistic, Photography, Erotic 'Araki Nobuyoshi' -- subject(s): Artistic Photography, Erotic Photography, Photography of the nude, Photography, Artistic, Photography, Erotic 'Shashin no hanashi =' -- subject(s): Photographers, Photography
you can get that at the buildabear store
You can only get a virtual party room by having a birthday party at your local Build-A-Bear Workshop store.
It would cost about 3 thousand dollars to build a custom fitting room. This is with lights, a mirror, and extra hangers.