C&C my first attempt at macro (product)

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  1. lyonsroar

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    My first and second attempts at macro, respectively. Advice? C&C?
    They were taaken inside my own homemade light tent/ box, but I only had one light to shine down on them so it wasn't as even as I would have liked. These are straight out of the camera, no PP.

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    Any advice? I'm always trying to improve!
    Thanks for looking!
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    the lighting is off so it doesn't look that good imo but I'd say the last one is the best out of them
     
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    I agree. I need to find another light. All I had was one clip on and it was too harsh.
     
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    Go to home depot and get 500 watt work lights they r $15 and worth having around for light boxes. Good for product photography
     
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    EH, it was just kind of an experiment. I don't really have any need to do it on a regular basis. It was cloudy and boring outside so I needed to do something inside.
     

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