Protostoga Interior

On the last update of the Protostoga there were many requests for interior photographs. Ann recently sent me some so I wanted to do another update.

Ann says: The interior of ProtoStoga is difficult to photograph because the space is so small. The floor area is 4’10”x7’6”. At the ledge it is it’s widest 6’4”x8’3”. I hope the photos I included this time will give a better idea of what the space feels like. The one through the front door is a photoshop collage and does not quite line up correctly but it still gives a pretty good idea.

We had our first guest this weekend. It was really exciting! We set up the interior as a bedroom with a full-sized bed across the space. There was enough room left over for a bags and stuff. She made a little video and when she sends me a copy I will share it with you…

Ann on the Bed

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MJ - May 6, 2010 Reply

You definitely captured the feeling…what a great space!!! Thanks.

Diane - May 6, 2010 Reply

That is toooooo cute!

ginmar - May 6, 2010 Reply

Oh, I have a recommendation that will help with photography: Either try and find a Kodak V705, or get one of the new Kodak M580, which not only has a wide angle lens to begin with, but also features a nifty stitch feature where it guides you through taking a series of pictures to knit together into a panorama.

There’s also the Sony DSC-350 and -370, which feature a program where you can just sweep the camera across a wide angle, but I haven’t tried those yet. I’ve had Kodaks for years, and I like them. Fittingly, they tend to be very tiny cameras.

alice - May 6, 2010 Reply

Lucky guest!! Beautiful work.

Jay Creighton - May 7, 2010 Reply

Very nice. Say, is that built on a Carry-On 5×8 trailer w/ a metal mesh floor? I have just such a trailer in my back yard now. I’m curious how you attached it and handled the details of the floor if there is no wood trailer deck.

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Alex - July 12, 2010 Reply

@Ann–the photos definitely came out nice.

@Ginmar I never realized that you can get cameras that are non-SLR with wide angle lens. I’m going to look more into these, thanks!

di - August 10, 2010 Reply

Elegant!

Cikan Vuz's Owner - December 25, 2013 Reply

Simply adorable! LUV it!

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