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Buyer asked for a refund because of not as described, obliged. Left positive feedback but low DSR on "item as described". Asked him to change it politely agreed. Can't do it through ebay, gotta call. Called, on hold for years. Escalated. Ebay says they have to call him to ask. I said okay but if they can do it at another date because of how late it is. Ebay guy agreed. He called anyway and called me back and told me he declined, seemed upset at the late call.

 

What the fuck, ebay?

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@Lirum, how do you like the projector screen as a background?

 

I am thinking of purchasing some type of white screen or paper to put onto wall for background of mannequin pictures.

 

Where abouts did you acquire yours?

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That looks pretty damn good!

 

Thanks!

 

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@Lirum, how do you like the projector screen as a background?

 

I am thinking of purchasing some type of white screen or paper to put onto wall for background of mannequin pictures.

 

Where abouts did you acquire yours?

 

Love it, through I don't plan on using it vertically as my mannequin background. I'd rather have a 9" roll of paper in grey or something, as to achieve a perfect white I'd need separate lighting. The reason I wanted a screen and not paper is so that when I'm kneeling down to arrange the clothing before a shot, I won't get lingering creases and wrinkles; likewise, the material is stiffer and I don't feel like I'm going to tear it.

 

Grabbed it last night on craigslist for 50. 

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Thanks!

 

 

Love it, through I don't plan on using it vertically as my mannequin background. I'd rather have a 9" roll of paper in grey or something, as to achieve a perfect white I'd need separate lighting. The reason I wanted a screen and not paper is so that when I'm kneeling down to arrange the clothing before a shot, I won't get lingering creases and wrinkles; likewise, the material is stiffer and I don't feel like I'm going to tear it.

 

Grabbed it last night on craigslist for 50. 

 

I bought a 6' x 9' roll of matte white vinyl from this seller.  I have a length of it clamped to a table for table-top photos (I bought 6 clamps from them as well), and the rest I will use for a backdrop / ground-drop once I have some things moved around.  Stiffer than paper, doesn't wrinkle/crease, and wipe-clean.

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That seamless vinyl paper looks like a great idea for a backdrop. I would need to find some type of rolling system to affix it to my wall. Then I could roll it up or down depending on how much I need. Have u thought about doing that?
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SnnogZ, you can go to lowes or home depot and pick up a roll of vinyl shades, affix it to a wall, pull it down when you need it, and snap it up when you dont.
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I bought a 6' x 9' roll of matte white vinyl from this seller.  I have a length of it clamped to a table for table-top photos (I bought 6 clamps from them as well), and the rest I will use for a backdrop / ground-drop once I have some things moved around.  Stiffer than paper, doesn't wrinkle/crease, and wipe-clean.

 

Nice. Though at this point though I want a grey background for my standing mannequin. I figure grey will help with the metering problems I have when photographing anything black or navy. 

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Hey, apologies in advance if this is not the right thread for this. This burberry trench was tagged new without tags, i purchased it for 61€. Thoughts ? Did I do good ?

 

http://www.ebay.de/itm/Burberry-Trenchcoat-klassisch-scwarz-absolut-neuwertig-LUXUS-PUR-/310798913778?_trksid=p2047675.l2557&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEWAX%3AIT&nma=true&si=Dv5z5VQCdXZa4wIJXynsmMVaF%252BM%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&clk_rvr_id=552008714733

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nope
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could you elaborate ?

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could you elaborate ?

 

Looks like a good deal to me - Burberry made in England with novacheck (or haymarket) lining and NWOT for $83.  Would personally rather have a belted version but I don't see anything wrong with it.

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I plan to resell it, since its most likely too large for me.

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I plan to resell it, since its most likely too large for me.

 

Is $83 a third or less than the average price on ebay completed?

post #7154 of 15376
The Burberrys' label is old, I think from the late 80s, so while it still could possibly be NWOT, it defs isnt recent.
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Is $83 a third or less than the average price on ebay completed?


I think they go for about 100€ on avg on ebay

 

Thanks for your insight koala, I really appreaciate it.

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