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    Default indoor product photography

    is this "Tabletop Photo Studios" a good to use ?

    http://www.skymall.com/shopping/deta...d=102700431&c=

    any cheaper suggestion ?

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    Default Re: indoor product photography

    cheap alternative? Google, "DIY light tent", "homemade light tent"

    How to use? Youtube search "using light tent"
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    Default Re: indoor product photography

    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    cheap alternative? Google, "DIY light tent", "homemade light tent"

    How to use? Youtube search "using light tent"
    thanks a lot!

    meanwhile i google CS find this info.

    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=77804

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    Default Re: indoor product photography

    I had done a simple DIY light tent using carton box .. now headache is the light source. I only have 1 built in flash .. try some ikea table lamp but too warm light .. and too weak.

    Any suggestion to get good strong white table lamp ?
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    since it is a product shot, you can set up tripod and use a longer exposure for continuous light source.

    Or you also can buy some table lamp from IKEA, or some (2 feet) florescent tube with housing from DIY shop or supermarket.

    if budget permit, can buy a set of more proper lighting, like what PQ23 is selling.

    hope this help.
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    Default Re: indoor product photography

    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    since it is a product shot, you can set up tripod and use a longer exposure for continuous light source.

    Or you also can buy some table lamp from IKEA, or some (2 feet) florescent tube with housing from DIY shop or supermarket.

    if budget permit, can buy a set of more proper lighting, like what PQ23 is selling.

    hope this help.
    thanks . i try the last solution .. florescent tube ... and at the same time .. surf PQ23 website.
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    Default Re: indoor product photography

    I bought this .. hopefully can use for light tent




    damage $12.90
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