Interfit Photographic Studio Light Box for Larger Product Shots, 24x24x24".

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Interfit Photographic : Picture 1 regular $43.95

About Interfit Photographic

• The Studio Light Tent offers an inexpensive yet highly effective means of photographing slightly larger objects, with the option of interchangable backgrounds.

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from Illinois  -  Pro Photographer

Works well for diffuse photos, but the blue background fabric needs pressing - it has fold lines that show in the photo. I added a white background (no fold lines) which works better than the included blue one. For the photos I used three lamps, each with 200 watt bulbs and reflectors, one above and one on each side. You can remove the botton front bar for a better view into the box.


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norm f  Can't read the instructions (Blury) so can't tell what leg is A or D or ???? Help with better instructions !!!!!
MICHELLE J  The instructions wre very poor for me too. Quite honestly I treated it like a puzzle and spent a bit of time figuring it out. Not much of an answer but it's the best I have, sorry. By the way, if you figure it out, get a sharpie and mark the rods in some fashion. Good luck.
norm f  Thanks Michelle, I too took a little extra time and got it all figured out, works great as far as a Light Box !! Good idea about marking the legs when and if I break it down and need to put it back up.... I intend to just leave it up so I can go in and take a shot anytime I need.....Thanks again for answering my email.... Norm
Shopper  can the front panel be completely closed and does it have a small opening for the lens to stick into the box?
MIKE T  No the front panel is open except for the two or three inch piece of fabric that hangs at the top.
rafael y  Hello, what would you recommend to take pictures of business cards. I have a printing company and I would like to take some pictures of the best jobs we print. What config do you think will work for us? Keep en mind that some cards have glossy finish, matte finish, or metallic inks. And we would like to show that on the picture. Thank you
THOMAS M  Prop your business card at a slight angle inside the box. Place your only light over the top of the box, about a foot away from the top panel. Using a long focal length lens, set your camera on a tripod with the appropriate white balance and exposure. If you want to show a metallic finish, or a spot varnish, use a white card held on the side (either) to create a bright, but not specular highlight on the reflective surface of the card. You will need to look through the camera, and move the reflector around until you find the right place to reflect the light onto the card at the right angle to be visible from the camera's point of view. Using a card that is two or three times the size of your subject will make this placement easier. Using a long focal length lens will give you a narrower angle of view that will help keep the reflector card out of the line of sight of your camera (and out of the image). Good luck.
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