My DIY lightbox C&C more than welcome...

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  1. Pablojinko

    Pablojinko TPF Noob!

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    I saw a similar thread a few days ago but I wanted to share my own approach to the lightbox... I made it myself with a total of 35$CAD

    This are the first shots I made, using only my speedlite flash (I just got my 10$ clip lamps from Home Depot... pix to come), and I brighten them a little in PS CS4

    Let me know what you think

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  2. katerolla

    katerolla No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    The Photos are great, can you please post of photo of your set up for us to see
     
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    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I went through a few of the DIY light tents but became frustrated with the bulk and if I looked at it wrong, the tissue paper would tear. I shoot pottery for a friend of mine and transporting it was a PITA.

    I eventually went with a 28" Alzo Light Tent for ~$50.

    I was just contacted yesterday to do some product shots for a company that manufactures strain gauges. Not exciting or sexy, but they pay. Hopefully I can get them shot this week.
     

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