Photos with a light box! :)
I've finally made my light box using recycled materials:
- the box of my Easter chocolate egg that otherwise my grandma would have thrown away;
- baking paper, that i used to fuse some plastic bags, and would have been a waste to throw away, but i could not use to cook something;
- scrap yarn;
- glue, not recycled, obviously;
Step 1: Let's Cut
The first will be large enough to shot photos without seeing it.
The second will be large enough to allow the light to enter in the box and full illuminate it. Don't cut away the cardboard, it will be useful to protect the paper from being torn.
You have to cut two adjacent sides, so the light will come from the high, and you'll photograph on the front.
Step 2: Let's Glue
Add the scrap yarn to easily open the cardboard window. I used a tapestry needle.
Step 3: Done!
Be sure to use the correct white balance :)
It's easy, doesn't it?