Monday, October 21, 2013

Modahahus $80 TS320 Tabletop Studio Giveaway

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I was very lucky to have stumbled on Lex McColl's very first Modahaus tabletop studio a few years ago.  It, together with the camera tips this professional shared, has greatly improved my jewelry photography. 

Modahaus TS320
It's not like light tents which get wrinkly and dirty.  These studios not only are wipe clean and anti-static (no dust or hair!) , they are also portable and can be stored flat.  The design is clever as the smartcase doubles as the diffuser.  It was his very own need as a professional jewelry and watch photographer that led him to create it first for himself and then for others.

I bought the smallest one soon after it was launched.  I've gone on to review the steady stands and the largest model, the TS400, in past posts.  I recently decided to buy the mid size one - the TS320 - shown in use above.  You can see the relative sizes of the TS216, TS320, TS400 below.  The TS 320 is a good compromise (between use and cost) size.



The latest tabletop studio models, unlike the early ones, now come with 6 advanced polymer background sheets - blue, red, black, grey, matte white and shiny white. This is the principle reason why I wanted the TS320 .  Modahaus listened to feedback from artisans who pleaded for black and grey as these are excellent colors for jewelry besides white.

Photo credit : Modahaus
The tabletop studios are very fast to set up.It's a breeze to swiftly change the backgrounds. Check the TS320 guide for more information on how to use it.  The one great feature about these studios is the infinity curve - there are no horizons in the backgrounds!

For white background photographs using natural light, I find the shiny white tunnel really helps brighten the shot.  I also adjust the EV settings (exposure compensation) on my camera and made sure I used spot metering so I didn't have to do much post editing. See links below for photography tutorials and tips.


Here is the resulting white background shot I took for a Goody Beads review and giveaway.


The plain metallic color also allowed for other colors. The backgrounds can be laid over another to extend the color range.  The photographs below show the same heart pendant with blue on black as well as blue on red for purple.


Grey is the most versatile colored background color because it will go with just about any jewelry piece.  If you are struggling to get white backgrounds to work, try grey as I did for this Goody Beads post photo :


I find gold colors and bright brass or bronze designs look great on black as with this kumihimo bracelet from my tutorial post.


I tend to take natural light photography.  But reader and past featured designer, Heather Botteron O'Cain of BluKat Design uses artificial light for her wonderful pictures. She is a highly productive and hard-working artisan!  Not too long ago, she shared this photo of her TS320 in action on Facebook :


The clothes pegs keep the fishing line in place for her earrings.  She actually uses 2 lamps - the left one (not shown) is a broken photo lamp which she holds with her left hand!  She uses a full size tripod in front of the Modahaus and says she doesn't use the diffuser case.  Heather sent me one of her original "as is" images of her earrings :




It is a wonderful picture as it is but Heather prefers white backgrounds so with some photo editing, this is the final picture that ended up in her Etsy store :


I am giving a presentation at the Grand River Bead Society on How to Photography Jewelry today at 7.00 pm in Guelph, Ontario. Check the website for details.  It's free for members and for first time visitors. The society charges $5 for non-members. Check out the synopsis here.

Giveaway
If you'd like to win a Modahaus TS320 photo studio,  please make a comment below.  Make sure you leave contact info below if you do not have an online shop or blog.

Subscribers need to click on the post title to come to my actual blog. Scroll down and enter your comment. Pick Name/URL. If you don't have a store or blog, leave the URL blank.

This giveaway is international.

Extra entries if you become or are a blog subscriber or follower etc. If you also do shout outs about this giveaway, those will count as additional entries too! Please say so in the comments.

It ends in a week's time at 6 pm EST Monday,  October 28, 2013. I will pick the winner randomly and announce the results as soon as possible after. So be sure to leave a contact email if you don't have an online link or make sure you come back and check! Otherwise I will redraw in a week. Good luck!


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173 comments:

  1. I've always struggled to get a good quality picture of my jewelry. Now I know how it's done. Something to save for.

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  2. I have always struggled with getting photos that are decent enough to post online, which is the reason none of them are posted. I would absolutely love to be able to take ONE picture and not have to delete it. I believe the Modahahus would definitely be such a great help. Sandra Woerner
    popspet@comcast.net

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  3. That's a very generous giveaway, Pearl, I'd love to win it! Thanks for the opportunity ~ and I will try to get tonight to the presentation, I'm just about an hour away.
    ~Alicia

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  4. Shortly after you discovered Modahaus and blogged about it, i sent off for one ( the smallest) and have experimented with it but I am really looking forward to your presentation this evening . Winning a bigger, better tabletop studio would be an added bonus!
    Thanks, Pearl, for a GREAT blog, as always.
    Nahed

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  5. Wonderful article! Please put me in for the drawing....I could surely use this!

    Carolynne's Creations
    CarolynnesCeations@gmail.com

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  6. Oh, I am a subscriber of your blog too :)

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  7. pick me!!! I want this so bad.. my shop photography has improved, but this would help me knock it out of the park!
    I also tweeted this giveaway, follow you on FB and subscribe to the blog. :)

    Susan

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  8. Oh my, this is sure to be a popular one, Pearl!

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  9. O wow, I think this might making my backgrounds white a lot easier.

    I would love to win this one. :)

    Carina aka violetmoon.nl

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  10. I've loved the Modahaus since you first featured it, and would be thrilled to win one!

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  11. Shared on FB
    https://www.facebook.com/shirley.j.moore.12

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  12. Thank you so much for your valuable input. I have always used natural light and struggle constantly with greeting a "good enough" photo to post in my shop. Wish I was near where you will be speaking!

    Lara
    Www.thelazyleopard.com

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  13. tweeted
    https://twitter.com/ShirleyMoore235/status/392281065651326977

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  14. I have wanted one of these since I first saw them!! How awesome it would be for photographing ChainMaille :) Thanks for the chance to win one :) I am a blog follower and I have shared on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google+ and anywhere else I can ;) lol

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  15. Pinned
    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/115123334198393759/

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  16. One of my biggest problems is trying to photograph my work. This could be the solution I need.

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  17. I am a subscriber thanks for the chance to win
    Doinwire at gmail dot com
    Sue

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  18. I blogged about your giveaway:

    http://ahalfbakednotion.blogspot.com/2013/10/pearl-is-giving-it-away-again.html

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  19. Gotta be in for this one! Follow you on FB, subscribe to your blog and shared it on mine!

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  20. I'd love a chance at the win. I just love your blog and admiring all the jewelry here!

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  21. Would love to win this to take photos of my jewelry!
    toryvezina@gmail.com

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  22. I save almost all of your email posts and links for future reference. Thanks-ttyson76@hotmail.com

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  23. This is so cool! and portable! I'd love to have one of these studios! Thanks for developing this!

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  24. What an improvement over the way I have to take pictures. Would love to have one!
    Dixie

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  25. I would love to have one of these. My pictures are far from perfect and I'm sure this would make it a lot easier. Thank you for the opportunity. celticartwitch@gmail.com

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  26. I'd really love to win one of these tabletop studios. I can use all the help I can get to make my photographs pop!

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  27. I've been eying this system for years-- Would love to win this as I have a lot of trouble getting good pics of my work
    Have had your blog in my RSS feeder and enjoy your posts

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  28. Having the right equipment is a must. I've never been successful at photographing my jewelry creations. This would be such a blessing. jt1210@hotmail.com

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  29. I am a subscriber of your blog and I would really like to have a Modahaus studio!
    Julielapointe@rocketmail.com

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  30. I have wanted one of these for so long. Thanks for the chance.
    diannamooses@yahoo.com

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  31. would love to win this, have struggled with getting good photos of my jewelry for ETSY

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  32. What a wonderful giveaway!!! This would be perfect for me to use to take quality pictures of my jewelry!!! Please enter me in for the drawing, and thanks for a wonderful article!!!

    Cheryl Hill
    chillwthme@gmail.com

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  33. I have seen these about but your explanation is excellent. I would love the chance to win this. Thank you.

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  34. This is great. Hope I win. I'm your blog subscriber.

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  35. This would make a HUGE difference in my photography! I have a table-top light box, but it's not even close to as good as Modahaus! My husband & I both sell online, & know that good photographs are essential, & this would help us a lot!

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  36. I would love to win that kit, Pearl! Thanks for giving us the possibility!
    Laura
    laura@omtara.com
    www.omtara.com

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  37. Thanks for the great info. I always learn something from your blog! Please enter me in the drawing. Hope you have a wonderful day!

    Kathy
    kmartin30@cox.net

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  38. You always have such great information Pearl! I would love to win this, would make my life easier for sure.
    I am a blog subscriber and a facebook follower!
    Have a great day Pearl :)
    Janet119@gmail.com

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  39. Answer to my problem of poor quality pictures! Thanks for the opportunity to win!
    Rhonda
    Dunnfamily@tds.net

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  40. A very generous giveaway ! Thank you !

    voltzia@gmail.com

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  41. I am a blog subscriber !

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  42. Pearl I'll be listening carefully at tonights GRBS presentation. WOuld love to win this!

    Helen Breil
    HelenBreil.com

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  43. I always struggle with photos for my chainmaille jewelry. This would be an amazing boon.

    split.infinity.jewelry@gmail.com

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  44. I have a dinky homemade camera setup that takes pretty good pictures but is a headache to keep clean! This may be the solution I've been looking for! Please put me down for the giveaway and thank you for this opportunity! I am a blog subscriber and have shared several times on facebook and twitter!
    Richard Wampler
    Daddy and Me Magnetics
    Daddyandmemagnetics.etsy.com
    Daddyandmemagnetics@gmail.com

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  45. Thanks so much for including my setup in this great article :)

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  46. I purchased the smallest one, but would love the flexibility of this newest table top studio!

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  47. I love the looks of this set up. It really looks easy to use. I'd love the opportunity to try one.

    Thanks!
    dzignbyjamie[a}gmail.com

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  48. A great looking photo is SO important! I would go hog-wild in taking wonderful photos with my own Modahaus studio!
    Love your blog! I save all of them & forward some to my beader friends! Thanks!
    mnludvik@earthlink.net

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  49. Oh God Yes, I want this, pretty please? :D I'm a follower of your blog, and I'm going to do a shout out to my friends on FB, like, now. :D Thanks for the giveaway, and crossing my fingers! <3

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  50. What a wonderful giveaway!! Thanks for offering this! :)

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  51. Duh, just realized, my google info may be outdated .... Just in case, my e-mail would be luthenep[at]googlemail.com

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  52. What a great giveaway!! Thank you for doing this!
    Love your blog!! :)

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  53. I would love to win this, yes please enter me into this contest.

    I subscribe to by email and I follow on twitter and google+.

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  54. I've been reading and reading their website looking at all the different models. I have never committed to buying one. Thanks for the opportunity to win something I would really like to own!

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  55. robin halfmoon rhalfmoon@yahoo.comOctober 21, 2013 at 11:59 AM

    Great blog and looks like a great little photo studio. Am so embarrassed to post pics of my beadwork because the photos come out awful. I would love to win this ....

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  56. Nice to meet you, Pearl! I have subscribed to your blog, liked and posted on facebook, followed and pinned on pinterest, followed and tweeted on twitter! To win this would make my life so much easier; keeping my fingers crossed.

    Susan Davis
    Etsy: JoSeBe
    Email: sivads@twc.com
    Twitter: JoSeBe_onEtsy
    Facebook: Josebes Right Corner Cabinet

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  57. Hi Pearl. Awesome give-away. I love Modahahus! I would love to win this. I am a subscriber, I follow you on facebook, and I am going to do a shout out on facebook.

    Thanks for the great tips in this article, I learned a lot.

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  58. Pearl, that is a really great idea and thank you for having the give away. I would love to win that so my pictures would be better.
    My blog is http://bleekreations.blogspot.com/ and I'm going to put this on my blog.


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  59. Wow! Winning this would be a dream!

    GIJillie/http://makingsnmusings.blogspot.com/

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  60. This would be a great asset for me. I'm just starting to post my jewelry designs, and I'm never happy with how my pictures turn out. So most of my jewelry I've never posted. I would love this please!

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  61. I subscribe to your blog already. I love this opportunity to win this so I can get better photographs.

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  62. I'm a real beginner when it comes to photographing jewelry and this post has been most helpful!

    susan at sandeno dot com

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  63. I was just looking at your blog for photography helps yesterday. This is very timely for me. My EXTRA entry is because I'm already a subscriber. And me next EXTRA entry is a FB post.

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  64. Great post! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

    I'm a Facebook follower, and I subscribe to your blog. Thanks!

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  65. Thank you for the opportunity to win the Modahaus it would greatly improve my photo's, good luck to everyone.
    Margaret Gore
    gorella50@hotmail.com

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  66. You always have the best giveaways. This is something I could certainly use as I constantly fight to create picture perfect photos.

    Would love to see your presentation, wish I did not live so far away. I'm sure it will be enlightening and entertaining. :)

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  67. What a wonderful giveaway! And what an awesome product!

    In addition to the great giveaway, I love your blog (I'm a subscriber). I have just begun making jewelry and I get a ton of inspiration from your posts!

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  68. What a great giveaway! Would love to be able to try out this system, so not happy with my current lightbox.
    Leanne - email: rhealeanne@yahoo.com

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  69. I've followed your blog for a while now and the info you offer is very much appreciated. I'd love to win the Modahahus set-up as my pics could sure use a boost. I plan to open my Etsy shop early next year and this would be a such a treasure to me. Love how you have shown what it's done for your presentation of your gorgeous jewelry. Thanks for the opportunity.

    marytown79@gmail.com

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  70. What a great setup. Would love to win one.

    I am a blog follower.

    icbnett(at)gmail.com

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  71. What a great giveaway! I am just beginning to sell my jewelry and this would make it easier to look more professional and get clearer pics of my wares. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  72. This is an exceptional giveaway and I would love the chance to win one. I have never tried taking photos of my jewellery before, but I bet it's harder than it looks.
    Susan Samuel
    shw_samuel@sky.com

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  73. Oh, I would loooove to win!
    Thanks for the opportunity.
    Alenka
    pepita.handmade@yahoo.com

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  74. Well Pearl - If a Modahaus will help taking photos of my jewelry easier then I'm all for it! I've read before that it's a wonderful product and hearing it from you is like the icing on the cake!

    Aims

    bigbluebarn@gmail.com

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  75. i do make a lot of pictres of jewellery but i always improvise with an piece of paper and mirrors.The result is not bad but this would be so more simple !
    I do follow your blog for a while now !

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  76. I enjoy your blog a great deal- always something new to learn! This sure would beat my freezer-paper-n-desklamps technique, LOL! Thank you for the great giveaway- wish I could attend your presentation....

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  77. This would make my life so much easier. I love the quality and ease of the set-up.
    Pearl, I also love your e-mails and blog - always inspiring!

    rohrerpix@yahoo.com

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  78. Help, I am currently working with a cut out cardboard box and tissue paper! Would LOVE to win this!
    Michelle
    lightedjewels@yahoo.com

    PS Posting to Facebook!!

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  79. This looks like such a great tool. Where I live it is super windy and can be hard for me to get good photos of my products inside. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  80. I would love to win this one.
    trish128@gmail.com

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  81. This would be fantastic. So many times I've photographed jewelry and it looked horrible. After multiple tries I would just give up. Thank you so much for the chance to win! Love your articles!Julia Freeman: grinchswoman@hotmail.com

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  82. I would LOVE to win this! It looks great, and I'd love to be able to work with different backgrounds.

    www.etsy.com/shop/lavitalisjewelry

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  83. Another great post and giveaway! Since lighting is a major issue with my pictures, this would be amazing. I follow you on FB, by email, and on Twitter. Thanks! Christie charisdesigns@hotmail.com

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  84. Love to win this one. The making jewelry is easy the taking photos is the hard part.

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  85. Oh, my goodness--I've been struggling with photos and wondering what kind of tabletop studios might be available...and here one is!! I would LOVE to win this♥

    I have a blog and an online shop.
    robyncha (at) yah..

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  86. I Tweeted your generous giveaway!!
    https://twitter.com/RCchrps/status/392437227017347073
    robyn (at) yah..

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  87. I subscribed to The Beading Gem :)
    robyncha (at) yah..

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  88. Hi Pearl,

    Thanks for the opportunity to win such a brilliant product!

    Cheers

    victoria_farrell at hotmail dot com

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  89. I am using my cell phone to take pictures. My poor camera died and I haven't gotten a new one. This is an extraordinary giveaway. As usual, you rock Pearl!

    mahanlori@plateautel.net

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  90. I am a faithful subscriber and happy sharer.

    mahanlori@plateautel.net

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  91. Another great op to win something I could really use - thank you, Pearl!

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  92. This is an incredible package, and whoever wins it will be truly fortunate! I hope to be that person.
    Cathy
    thesauciestwench@yahoo.com

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  93. Another chance for a great giveaway.
    I am giving it another try.
    Good luck to meself and everyone :)

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  94. Ooo Love to win this!
    thanks
    arienna_elf at hotmail.com

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  95. Would love to win one of these. Maybe then I could get better pictures of my glass and jewelry.

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  96. Would love to win one of these. Maybe then I could get better pictures of my glass and jewelry.

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  97. I haven't yet attempted jewelry pics but have struggled with other photos for ebay and things. Would love a chance to win one:) And, I read your email blog every day - look forward to it each morning. Traceybell3@comcast.net

    Thanks!

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  98. Nice! I'd love one of these!

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  99. I am a subscriber to your blog. I enjoyed your presentation at the GRBS tonight and maybe I will get lucky. Louise

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  100. Great meeting tonight at GRBS. Thanks Pearl once again for sharing your knowlege.

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  101. Thanks for the opportunity! Would love to win this one!!

    Kimberly Stelly
    Kimatlsu@aol.com

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  102. Hi Pearl! I really like your blog! Please include me in the giveaway, I am a follower of your blog and also on Facebook. My email is telejota@gmail.com
    thank you!

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  103. This looks really cool and the pictures taken using this system are great. Wish I lived near you so I could attend your workshop. schwabmom@gmail.com

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  104. Shout out at my Google+ - https://plus.google.com/u/0/102124163737708536627/posts

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  105. Very helpful information, I wish I was close enough to attend the presentation. Please do enter me for the draw, it's a prize really worth having.

    katie(at)katie-rich.com

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  106. Great Giveaway, would love to win, first time I've entered anything here, I follow you on Twitter and Facebook and i'm subscribed. Will tweet about this too! :-) Absolutely love your blog and articles! Good Luck Everyone!! :-D RetroRed. jane@flutterbyred.co.uk

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  107. Jewelry Pics are so important in presenting your artistry. I would love to win this!

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  108. I would love to have this unit. Www.sewandso.etsy.com

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  109. Gee, I'm sorry I missed that, I need all the help I can get with photography. Please enter me in the draw.
    Glenda
    pglenda@yahoo.com

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  110. If I could only get so lucky!
    Cjlogie@gmail.com

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  111. Thank you for this opportunity! I would love to have a set up such as this to improve my jewellery photos.

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  112. I'd love to win. Definitely will improve my photos that have never been published because of the poor quality.
    Thank you
    nilisherill (at) gmail (dot) com

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  113. I would really enjoy winning one of the Modahaus table top photography studios! I really need to start taking photos and trying to sell my work.

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  114. Another shout out at my FB Page - http://goo.gl/AQpecj
    Thanks

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  115. Thank you for all the instruction last night. I love the Modahahus set up. Way better than giant pieces of paper. Need some of those Cowboy lights too!
    www.natali.ca

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  116. Another shout out at Twitter - https://twitter.com/WireBliss

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  117. What a generous giveaway opportunity! Like many who love to design and create jewelry, we struggle with publishing photos that really satisfy the reality of the pieces. Thank you for the chance to use a professional set up.

    Lynda

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  118. What a cool photography studio! I bought a different table top studio on line and it essentially fell apart and was useless! I would love this one and would love to win it.
    Thanks for your great contests and for all of your great information!

    Kathy

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  119. What a wonderful giveaway! My little tabletop studio that I have set up now gets so dirty and it has cat hair all over it. Not very efficient!
    cmbmattos@aol.com

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  120. What a wonderful giveaway for those of us struggling to make our jewelry stand out. Your blog has given me so many ideas that I want to try out.

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  121. Great giveaway! Taking photos of jewellery is very challenging.
    acbeads(at)gmail(dot)com

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  122. I have been wanting one of these ever since the first one you blogged about. Pick me!! Pick me!!

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  123. I follow you on FB as shaiha williams.

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  124. I follow you on twitter as shaiha_

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  125. I tweeted

    https://twitter.com/Shaiha_/status/392826223141068800

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  126. I pinned it also.

    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/40039884160596656/

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  127. What a fabulous opportunity! I've subscribed to our blog and shared on FB, also.
    Thanks!
    Amy
    ktdid1@yahoo.com

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  128. These look incredible! I know good photos is one of the most important things for selling online.

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  129. Oh Lord knows this is direly needed for our etsy shop! Someone messaged me once to give some picture tips!!! Help!!!! Would love to win and thanks for the chance!!!

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  130. Christine Witton - what a great give away. Thanks for the photography tips. Will need to refine my skills here Downunder.
    chrisalis15@bigpond.com

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  131. Those look like such a great tool. I especially like the store-flat options. Like many other commenters, I have a hard time getting a "list-able" photo for my items, but the reviews I've seen from the Modahaus setups are all very impressive

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  132. http://www.sacredheartgems.comOctober 23, 2013 at 4:57 PM

    Awesome article! I would love to win this! I've got so many finished jewelry pieces that are just sitting because I have problems photographing them well enough to do them justice on an ad. I am also putting this on my Facebook! Thank You! :)
    Debbie Valentin SacredHeartGems@aol.com

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  133. This would make a huge difference when photographing my jewelry! I would love to be able to present my work in a more professional manner. This tool would help me accomplish sooooo much!
    I'm also pinning this because others need to know about your awesome blog!

    eknopsni@kent.edu

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  134. I so need this!!! Thanks
    Marlene Strait
    mlsjewel@yahoo.com

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  135. Wow what a great thing to win to have better pictures of my jewelry. Right now I lay it on my bedspread because the color is gray blue but does not fit into every piece of jewelry I photograph so this would be a great thing to have. Thanks for the chance to win it.

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  136. Thanks for the great article! Would LOVE to win this!

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  137. oh WOW!... I would really love (and need) this setup. Iʻm so ready to start a website and online store!

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  138. I would love to win one of these. Good quality pictures are priceless.

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  139. What a generous giveaway!
    I would love to win this!

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  140. Me, me, me, pick me! I would love to win. Thanks for such and awesome giveaway:)

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  141. Pearl, I've been dying to win one of these so I should get extra entries for being a subscriber and for posting on Facebook. This is a great prize (once again)!!!

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  142. Very much enjoyed your write up about Modahahus. Winter approaches and natural lighting will be limited. Very good of you to be gifting one.

    ~cryssT

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  143. I'd love to win this! It will help me so much in creating better photos!

    aikychien at yahoo dot com

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  144. I'm a follower.

    aikychien at yahoo dot com

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  145. I subscribed via e-mail.

    aikychien at yahoo dot com

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  146. Modahahus TS320 Tabletop Studio Giveaway
    Count me in.
    svluzpro@gmail.com.com

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  147. What a nice giveaway! I´d really love to win this :) It would help me a lot!
    mmyheartishere@gmail.com

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  148. Thanks for the great giveaway. This would be a great gift for my daughter. I subscribe to your blog.

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  149. A friend and I were just talking about how to get good photos the other day. I will share this with her and one of us MUST win. lol

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  150. I didn't know things like this existed. I take pics out back with my little digital camera and they mostly look pretty shadowy. I'd love to try this out!
    Debby
    wretched2@live.com

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  151. Oh! My goodness!! I need this desperately!
    www.tangotaiaccessories.etsy.com

    LOVE this blog!

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  152. I am so glad I came across this article this morning. I spent a good part of yesterday looking at photo light boxes. I'm really happy that I didn't make a decision as the TS320 never came up in my search and its just what I was looking for.
    Thank you for the great article!

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  153. OOPS I FORGOT MY CONTACT INFO!

    I posted before under Kathy's Kreations and left the following comment but forgot to add an email address. I added it this time:

    What a cool photography studio! I bought a different table top studio on line and it essentially fell apart and was useless! I would love this one and would love to win it.
    Thanks for your great contests and for all of your great information!

    Kathy

    kathykurke@gmail.com

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  154. The articles about the Modahaus studios just keep getting better and better. I would love to win one of these, but if I don't I think I know what I want for my birthday.

    Thank you for giving the opportunity to do so.

    http://www.zibbet.com/hooksntoggles

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  155. Article was very I interesting, will keep for future reference.

    Would love to a studio.

    Carolyn
    Carolynscreations@live.com

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  156. I follow you through BlogLovin.

    Carolyn
    Carolynscreations@live.com

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  157. I would absolutely love to win this.

    Joan@LTDBeads.com

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  158. And, I subscribe to your newsletter via email.

    Joan@LTDBeads.com

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  159. OMG! I would just die for this! I make a lot of Swarovski Crystal jewelry and I have trouble with light (even natural light) bouncing off the sparkly crystals. I am just starting out (but made 30 sales since March 2013, Yay!) So I could not afford to buy this right now. Pick me! Pick me! Thanks so much for your give away. Whether I win or not, I think it is a very kind thing for you to do!

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  160. OMG! I would die for this! I make a lot of Swarovski crystal jewelry and have trouble with light (even natural light) bouncing off the sparkly crystals. I am just starting out on Etsy.com ( But I made 30 sales since Feb28. YAY!)I could not afford to buy this, but it would help the quality of my pictures so much! :( PICK ME! PICK ME! PLEASE! Whether I win or not I think you are very kind for this give away! Thanks!

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  161. So glad that I saw Heather Botteron O'Cain's Tweet about this Photography Tutorial. Thank you both.

    An added bonus is that you are hosting a Giveaway.
    Sweet!

    Here is my contact info: GracieWieber@gmail.com

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  162. Hey Lex when I am not reviewing books writing my blog and posting informational vids....I am making jewelry and taking pics....When I saw this fabtabulous giveaway I jumped right in....Thank you so much for this awesome chance you have given all us modahaus fiends....bye for now Jacqueline

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  163. What a wonderful opportunity. It would be such blessing to win this equipment. I know my photos could use the improvement and it take a lot of the struggle out of jewelry photography. Fingers crossed.
    Sincerely,
    Susan Potts - pottssusan2@gmail.com

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