More Light box work

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  1. JRob

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    Here are a few more from my new light box. CC appreciated.

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  2. Phranquey

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    I like the perspective on #2 the best. You can still tell it's an R/C, but it is the most realistic angle. If you are shooting into a light box, I am assuming you are working off of a tripod? Try closing down the aperture a bit for some more depth in focus.
     
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    great lighting and color!
     
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    dunno if you posted them yet, but can we see some pics of your setup?
     
  5. JRob

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    It is a pretty ghetto fabulous setup. 2-500w shop lights 1-150w work light and a box. I messed up my paper on the left side so i used regular printer paper taped together until i can get another roll of paper.

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    Just because its ****ed up doesn't mean its "ghetto fabulous", your using that phrase backwards.

    As for pictures above, i need something to go along with the cars, a shadow, a environment, something to capture my interest other than a toy car from different angles.
     
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    Your light box setup looks stunningly similar to mine :wink:

    I agree that the lighting and colour turned out good, but I also agree that I want to see more than just the car! Some kind of prop, or even another car... :)
     

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