Shooting on a light box

A few months ago, I, along with some of my Kelby1 friends decided to experiment with shooting objects on a lightbox. May sound simple but there are a few pitfall along the way and I think we have resolved many of them. Here is a sample of a rose and then a week later when it was past it’s prime. Fun project to do when stuck inside due to winter and/or Covid.

Published by Judy Lindo

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2 thoughts on “Shooting on a light box

  1. Judy I bought a light box over a decade ago. I love using it for jewelry and other small objects. That light sure does bounce around inside of it tho. I especially like using a black piece of plexiglass so I can get reflections of whatever I am photography.

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    1. Bob, The newer versions have really nice consistent light. I built a white box and place the light inside to reflect back. It is fun to play with and while I’ve tried a few other items, flowers and translucent shells have come out the best. I like the idea of the plexiglass, going to look into that 🙂

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