Hello all! New person on the forums here so I apologize in advance if this is on the wrong thread. I recently started a business selling safety razors and I am trying to get some nice pictures of them to put online. I built a light box out of tissue paper and poster board and started shooting. The pictures just aren't quite what I wanted yet and I wanted to get some advice from some pros. Here is what I have so far; These are all taken with my only DSLR, a Canon EOS Rebel T5 with the kit lense, an EFS 18-55mm. Camera on tripod, lens image stabilization turned off Aperture priority setting f36 (put it at the highest setting so I could keep the whole razor in focus, not sure if this is necessary or perhaps detrimental) iso 100 exposure ~1.3 s (determined by camera, not me) Exposure compensation 1.6 Shooting in RAW (.CR2) manual focus on part of razor nearest to camera 2 second timer delay to ensure steadiness WB = Tungsten (3200k) My light box consists of tissue paper and poster board and three 100 watt bulbs place on the sides and top. These are the photos I have been getting. This is straight from the camera, no post except converting to JPEG for hosting. These are the pictures I took. I think my White Balance is off but the Tungsten setting looked best on the camera LCD. As soon as I get the pictures on my computer they look red/orange/yellow. Is my light box too ghetto? Is my white balance off? Is my camera/lens too cheap? Any feedback or tips are welcome. Perhaps things to do in post?