Step 5: Fire it up!
If you are going to take photos in your lightbox, make sure you do a manual white balance first. I first switches this on in daylight and closed the blinds, and it was evident the light had a slight green tinge to it that will probably mess up photos on daylight or fluorescent white balance settings. There's plenty of white to do a spot white balance with!
When taking photos in a lightbox, use a tripod so you can use the lowest ISO and a slow shutter speed for maximum light input. Most of these photos were taken on ISO 200, f3.2, 1/40 shutter by hand.