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Something a little more professional looking than a bunch of foam board stuck together... Costs about $40 bucks.
I've been trying to take some headshots of myself and I've been in need of another light. The problem with this is that I'm piss poor broke (the ...
First order of business was to get the tent poles put into the flood light housing... To do this, i just stuck them in in a tic tac ...
Next, (once i had the measurements) I cut out a square of my white fabric. Actually I cut 2 ssquares simultaneously. I didnt think it was diffused enough. ...
After that i taped the edges of the material with duct tape to give it a little strength. I used 1/2 the width of the duct tape on ...
Once i had all 4 sides done, i went back over it on one side with a full width of duct tape to finish it off and make ...
Now, i cut a 5/16 dowel into 4 pieces about 5" in length and put them into the metal ends of the tent poles. Generally, this is where ...
This is a pic of it at this point with a regular incadecent bulb installed and a horrible white balance setting on my camera...
This part is easily the hardest part of the whole process.... making the sheath that conceils the rest of the light! I can't sew for crap, so i ...
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