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Food Photography - Home made strobe box
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Here's how to turn a cardboard box into a perfect setup for shooting food or other small items...

http://strobist.blogspot.com/2009/06/foo...h-box.html
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#2
Proof that photography doesn't need to be expensive.
matthewpiers.com • @matthewpiers | robertsonphoto.blogspot.com | @thewsreviews • thewsreviews.com
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I have used several versions of the original Strobist cardboard box + paper idea and they can really work well.
This new "food" modification reminds us to use large and clean light sources placed close to the subject for smooth and professional-looking light, even on a tight budget.
Using materials you probably already have around the house is fun and there's no limit to what you can do if you put some thought into it.
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Nice find Jules. Smile
Adrian Broughton
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"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler." - Einstein.
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please give me the photo tips.
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jamaise123 Wrote:please give me the photo tips.
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