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A lightbox in photography it's like a blender in cooking. Sure you can do without it, but really? Can you? And obviously the results are much much better. ...
You can replace everything here with whatever materials you have in hand, this is just like a guideline. - 2 CFL Bulbs. I used 20W ones (Equivalent to ...
Drill/Cut 2 holes the size of the sockets in the container. Try to make them centered and evenly, just large enough for the socket to stay in place. ...
Place the 2 sockets in the holes you just drilled. Glue them to the container. NOTE : Place the sockets in a way that they don't "stick out" ...
Place the bulbs in their respective sockets and YOU. ARE. DONE! I used only 20W with each CFL, for a total of 40W (120W incandescent). Professional lightboxes go ...
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