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An Inside Look: The TackleTour Lab - Bring Up  (continued)

With a fresh coat of paint the lab was finally starting to look like "home" and we were able to begin bringing in fixtures. This included all the desks, work tables, shelving and lighting equipment. It was also time to put up our logo and we decided to custom make a sign to go right on the front of the office. You may have seen this in the background of some articles over the last few years. Over time the area surrounding the sign has become populated by the logos of many of the manufacturers or retail/e-tailers that sell the tackle that we delve into each and everyday. 


With the paint dry it is time to bring in the fixtures

 


The work tables are put in

 


Zander works on constructing the signage

 


Cal adds in the logo

 


Instead of doors we use sliding curtains

 


Cutting down and prepping for install

 


Installed and ready to go

 


Zander starts stocking the toolbox

 


Cal installs the lighting equipment

 


Cal works on the setting up the imaging area

 


The backdrops are in

 


Video and lab lighting, check.
 

The first still lighting check

 


Zander works on building shelving

 


The shelves go up one at a time

 


The lab is starting to take shape

 


Lighting check

 


Boom lighting is a go

 


Product imaging is also looking good

 


The toolbox is now fully stocked

 


Zander squeezes in a nap

 

Next Section: Operational just in time for the first shoot

 

 

   

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