Picture of Virtually free light tent for small product photography
There are plenty of ibles out there on how to create your own light tent.
Why write another one? :)

Of course, you can build your own light box out of very inexpensive items available at hardware or department store. But what if you could make it out of items available at home at no cost?

If you ever need to shoot something for your blog during holidays at your friends/parents place miles away from your photo equipment here is what you can do...

Step 1: Household items needed

Picture of Household items needed
What you need:

2 table lamps
leaf of white paper (use other colors if needed)
white cloth

Tasmith2 years ago
Perfect, I have 24 stools in my classroom. This would be a perfect design challenge. If I use it I'll let you know how it went. Thanks
Xavienne3 years ago
Cool idea, but what I really want to know is where did that adorable stuffed tiger come from? He's so cute!
(sTiTch) (author)  Xavienne3 years ago
My wife makes 'em
Here is her blog http://annie-r52.blogspot.com/

It is in Russion though. But my photos speak for themselves *lol*
layasera4 years ago
You gave me an idea, I was thinking of easy storage light tent. You know those collapsible chairs, instead of a stool and the great part is you can secure it using clothespins.
(sTiTch) (author)  layasera4 years ago
Just exercise a habbit of looking around to find new ways to use ordinary things.
I'm glad I inspired you :)
craftyv4 years ago
Cool Dude on all levals. Youv'e got the stance just right and the light is good.
Cross_4 years ago
Previously I have used some folded paper as light tent which gives good results but is rather unstable. I like your approach a lot.
(sTiTch) (author)  Cross_4 years ago
I'm quite happy my write-up helped at least one person out there :)
Phoghat5 years ago