SIDE BY SIDE BOTTOM FREEZER - SIDE BOTTOM FREEZER

Side By Side Bottom Freezer - Maytag Fridge Not Cooling.

Side By Side Bottom Freezer


side by side bottom freezer
    bottom freezer
  • also called ‘bottom mount’, this is the style of refrigerator with the freezer located under the fresh food section, down near the floor. As opposed to the ‘top freezer’ (which see).
    side
  • side(a): located on a side; "side fences"; "the side porch"
  • Support or oppose in a conflict, dispute, or debate
  • Provide with a side or sides; form the side of
  • a place within a region identified relative to a center or reference location; "they always sat on the right side of the church"; "he never left my side"
  • take sides for or against; "Who are you widing with?"; "I"m siding against the current candidate"

DIY Soft Box
DIY Soft Box
DIY softbox. 1. Buy foam core board and heavy duty packing tape. I got 2 sheets at Staples in Columbia heights for 12 bucks and the tape was 3 bucks and some change. 2. for supplies i used a ruler, box cutter, pen and a t-square. 3. Cut out all your pieces from the foam core. t-square really helps keep edges perfect. back piece is 6" tall by 12 inches wide and top and bottom are 6.5 inches wide by 12 inches long. side flaps are 6 inches at the base and 12 inches on top side, height is 6.5 inches. 4. Once pieces are ready, trace around your flash head on one of the 6.5" tall pieces. Cut it out and test fit your flash head in there. I always cut a little on the snug side for a good fit. 5. Lay out the three rectangular pieces in this order (from closest to you to furthest away). 6.5"x12" with hole, 6"x12", 6.5"x12". Keep the edges tight to each other and run a strip of packing tape on the two joints. 6. Stand it up on edges and attach the side flaps. I attached the short ends together first and then the flaps. Once everything is secure with tape, you can put some freezer paper over the opening to diffuse the light and you should be good to go. I was able to make two soft boxes of this size, one from each sheet with some stuff left over. You can change dimensions as needed. Not bad for about 15 bucks in materials
Day 294 of 365 - A Second Load of Laundry...
Day 294 of 365 - A Second Load of Laundry...
      Lighting/Setup Info - LP120 at 50mm zoom and 1/16 power level, gridded with 1/2 CTO gel. Positioned camera-left about 7-feet high and about 6-feet from subject. (Key Light) - Elinchrom BX500Ri at 2.3 power level in a 60-inch Westcott [shoot-through] umbrella. Positioned camera-left about 5.5-feet high and about 6-feet from subject. Flagged slightly across bottom by taping the black outer cover across the lower inside of the umbrella. (Fill Light) - SB80DX at 24mm zoom and 1/8 -0.7 power level, gridded. Positioned camera-left about 5-feet high and about 6-feet from pile of clothes. (Key Light) - SB600 at 24mm zoom and 1/32 +0.7 power level in a 43-inch Westcott [shoot-through] umbrella. Positioned camera-left about 7-feet high and about 6.5-feet from freezer. Flash flagged on far side with small piece of foam core. (Fill Light) - SB600 at 24mm zoom and 1/2 power level, bare with 1/2 CTO gel. Positioned camera-right about 11-feet high and about 9-feet from subject. (Background Light) - Cybersyncs.

side by side bottom freezer
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