Hi members. Hope I've posted this is in the right forum!
My daughter has rented a studio appartment in Melbourne for use as a "budget for hire" photo studio. The existing floor is made of boards and they are uneven.
She hasn't signed the lease yet but has had 20 responses to a sign she posted at RMIT where she's studying photography. Seems fantastic to me for a sign that's only been up a week!
She's asked me how to level the floor so that backgrounds etc won't rip as soon as the model steps on said floor.
I suggested a series of panels made from 3x2"s covered in particle board and constructed so they can be locked together. She says this solution would need to be portable. This method would be heavy and probably expensive.
Anyone got any alternate ideas?