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Ashfield Boys High School Studio

About Ashfield Boys High School

Ashfield Boys' High School is a government-funded comprehensive single-sex secondary school for boys, located on Liverpool Road, in Ashfield, an inner western suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Established in 1962, the school enrolled approximately 730 students in 2018, from Year 7 to Year 12, of whom one percent identified as Indigenous Australians and 83 percent were from a language background other than English.[1] The school is operated by the NSW Department of Education in accordance with a curriculum developed by the New South Wales Education Standards Authority; the principal is Dwayne Hopwood.

Room Detail:

This studio was designed with the intention of creating a professional photography and video studio that could then easily be converted into a regular learning space.

Key Features:

• A 3-Hook Expan mounted backdrop system with green, white and black backdrops 
• High-quality studio LED panel lighting mounted onto a ceiling grid system
• 2x Lightpro Ultrasoft LED's on Roller Stands
• Additional lights mounted on wall-mounted boom arms

Main Benefits:

• A versatile space that is suitable for both video and photography
• All lights mounted on the ceiling keeps cables off the floor, eliminating tripping hazards and making it safe space for students
• Studio can be easily packed away to allow for space to be used as a regular classroom.

Photos from the build

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