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Any of you had to reset your GoDaddy Outright password recently? I'm constantly logged in on my phone, but I tried logging in on my computer and couldn't remember my password (yeah yeah i know i should use lastpass). Anyway, I've submitted a password reset three times today and I haven't got one yet. Do they take a while to send those? I assumed it would be pretty instant.

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No problem with GoDaddy here.

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I'm confused because according to the policy page it says shoes are the only required category within "clothing,shoes,accessories" that are going to need UPCs but the emails you guys have received are saying that all your items listed as new need UPCs? My business email has been down and is now updating right now so I haven't been able to check it today.

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What would you guys recommend for a lighting setup? I was checking this out, but not sure if anyone here has experience with cowboystudio stuff.

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001NDYTKA/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A1SU6RTSUAIWSN

 

Also the option of going to lowes and setting my own shit up is possible as well.

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What would you guys recommend for a lighting setup? I was checking this out, but not sure if anyone here has experience with cowboystudio stuff.

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001NDYTKA/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A1SU6RTSUAIWSN

 

Also the option of going to lowes and setting my own shit up is possible as well.

I would 100% recommend a basic  flash setup over continuous (hot) lights. Having done both, a flash setup is SO much better.

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I would 100% recommend a basic  flash setup over continuous (hot) lights. Having done both, a flash setup is SO much better.

 

Any links that I could read or check out as far as pricing goes? 

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I would 100% recommend a basic  flash setup over continuous (hot) lights. Having done both, a flash setup is SO much better.

 

Any links that I could read or check out as far as pricing goes? 

Just saw the price of the one you were looking at. Not going to get an entire flash setup under a couple hundred so different ballpark. I just know if I did it again I would skip the lightbulbs myself and go to flashes. Prob something similar to this is as cheap as you can do it (have not clue if this stuff is any good, just looked quick for a basic setup) LimoStudio 750W (250W x 3) Professional Photography Studio Flash Strobe Light Lighting Kit Equipment Set, AGG404 

 

That has (3) 45w lights which hardly anything. I know there was a a lot of lighting talk a few months ago in this thread if you look back a long with some pictures of what people have as setups.

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Just saw the price of the one you were looking at. Not going to get an entire flash setup under a couple hundred so different ballpark. I just know if I did it again I would skip the lightbulbs myself and go to flashes. Prob something similar to this is as cheap as you can do it (have not clue if this stuff is any good, just looked quick for a basic setup) LimoStudio 750W (250W x 3) Professional Photography Studio Flash Strobe Light Lighting Kit Equipment Set, AGG404 

 

That has (3) 45w lights which hardly anything. I know there was a a lot of lighting talk a few months ago in this thread if you look back a long with some pictures of what people have as setups.

 

Yeah, that's a little out of my range for the time being. I'm making about 1k a week but it's my only income. Just trying to get off the ground. I will definitely keep that in mind for the future, though. 

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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post
 

Just saw the price of the one you were looking at. Not going to get an entire flash setup under a couple hundred so different ballpark. I just know if I did it again I would skip the lightbulbs myself and go to flashes. Prob something similar to this is as cheap as you can do it (have not clue if this stuff is any good, just looked quick for a basic setup) LimoStudio 750W (250W x 3) Professional Photography Studio Flash Strobe Light Lighting Kit Equipment Set, AGG404 

 

That has (3) 45w lights which hardly anything. I know there was a a lot of lighting talk a few months ago in this thread if you look back a long with some pictures of what people have as setups.

 

Yeah, that's a little out of my range for the time being. I'm making about 1k a week but it's my only income. Just trying to get off the ground. I will definitely keep that in mind for the future, though. 

Understand, if you're doing this full time youre not going to be happy with that first light setup you picked out I dont think. It just dosnet have that much "light"

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My continuous light setup has 12 bulbs split into 3 stands. The bulbs are each 60w and daylight balanced. I really want to get a better setup, as these aren't great and are missing part of the red spectrum. A good lighting setup is well worth the investment. Even the $150 I put into mine has been money well spent. If I had brighter lighting in my office, I might go with a strobe setup.
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Understand, if you're doing this full time youre not going to be happy with that first light setup you picked out I dont think. It just dosnet have that much "light"

 

Appreciate it. I was just browsing and asking. I will keep checking around. 

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Bad fake right..... just like to double check

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Bad fake right..... just like to double check

Yes. Should not say "Hermès Paris" in either of those spots.
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First, thanks to everyone for the quick responses, truly appreciate the help!

Going through filing a dispute on Paypal - turns out that per Paypal I'll have to escalate to a claim because "Your seller is currently unable to respond to this dispute. By escalating your dispute to a claim, you are asking PayPal to review the case and decide the outcome." which is reassuring... Hoping this works out in my favor, would suck to be out an extra $225.

Thanks again for the help on the above - Worked out alright - received a refund from Paypal:



Do I then need to ship the pen back? Paypal says no further action necessary on my part.
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Wow, I've never won a claim without calling.  I assumed they auto-rejected that shiz.  But I guess on the buyer side, they're more likely to auto-accept.

 

Going to brag here, to keep the pure capitalism down in the thrift thread.  I found 2x Arc't jackets and a Burberry jacket on Friday at a thrift.  The arc were true thrift pricing, the Burb at $40, turns out they're both the "good" kind, both retailing for more than $500

 

http://arcteryx.com/product.aspx?language=EN&gender=mens&model=Sidewinder-SV-Jacket

 

http://arcteryx.com/product.aspx?language=EN&gender=mens&model=Theta-AR-Jacket

 

I'll do better with each of those than with the burb should I ever when I sell it (pfffft like I won't sell it, eventually).

 

Speaking of a claim, I filed my first claim for a lost item via USPS, anyone have experience with that?

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