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    Quote Originally Posted by kencaleno View Post
    Light tents are a waste of time-
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    Quote Originally Posted by OsmosisStudios View Post
    Oh sod off.
    LOL!!! I don't have a light tent but I see how useful it can be.
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    .... but have finally seen this set of posts and made my own DIY light box. Broad design same as Bail's original (thanks Bail), but with one refinement that made it a lot easier.

    I went to a local stationery store and bought a plane white box (white on outside, typical cardboard colour on inside). Instead of having to do all the lining / painting options mentioned in these posts, I assembled it "inside out" by cutting down one of the 4 sides, assembling it and then sticking the cut out side back together with tape.

    Big advantage was that all of the inside is white, so that when I cut out the sides etc, I don't have to stick bits of white card over the exposed cardboard bits on the inside.

    First attempts are promising, but I have to work on light settings, flash settings etc, as this type of photography is new to me.




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