Interfit Photographic 36" Pop Up Photo Box Still Life Light Tent.

Interfit Photographic
SKU: PAPUB36 MFR: INT316

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About Interfit Photographic

36" (90cm) Pop up Light Tent...

The easy way to control both Shadows and reflections. Each tent is supplied with a blue background cloth which is held in place by Velcro strips to facilitate easy removal or changing of the background.

A removable front panel allows for further control of reflections when photographing reflective subjects.

Each tent collapses down to fit into the circular zipped bag supplied. Folds to 15.74" (40cm)

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victoria.kl@sympatico.ca K  I'm guessing you can change the background easily or does it come with a lot of options?
BRAD W  The back of the tent has several velcro areas that the background material can attach to. I find putting in the color backgrounds very easy.
Shopper  Do you have any suggestions or tips on using it?
MARSHALL D  The tent works great. Had to look at an online video before I understood how to fold it back up correctly. Once you do it once and get it down it's easy and fast to take down and get back in the zippered case. The set up I usually use is 2 continuous flourescent bulbs, 1 aimed at each side. Usually make one a little more dominant by keeping it closer and moving it forward, the other back a little. Gives shadows, but they're soft. Occassionally bounce another light or use a little hand reflector to light up the very face of a product or to throw a little light underneath something. Exposures are slow with my set-up so I'm shooting on a tripod. I've used the tent on the floor, but of course work is easier if it's up on a table. I have also shot very small items with on camera flash bouncing up into the light tent. Several times I didn't want to mess at all with lights I took the light tent out on the patio. Ambient sunlight was the light source. Why use the light tent outside? It still acts to soften shadows and helps to control reflections if photographing anything with chrome or shiny surfaces.
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