A portable studio photo box is designed to shoot small objects in a studio-like set-up. This is most often used in product photography to make an object more appealing and isolate it from the outside world. The exact set-up of your box may be different, but they all work essentially the same way: Lights shine through a material on either side of the object. The result is clean, professional photography.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Studio box
- Light kit
Open up your studio box if it is collapsible and place the object inside of it.
Set a light on one side of the box and shine it through the material. This will soften the light to illuminate the object.
Place another light on the other side of the box and shine it through as well.
Place your camera so that the backdrop of the studio box and the object fills the frame. Focus your camera and take the photo.
Tips and warnings
- Play around with the position, angle and distance of the lights from the box to create different light effects.
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