On Monday, I posted a tutorial showing how to make your own Homemade Photo Studio Light Box and I had a couple of people ask me how the photos turned out from different angles so I thought I’d share them here with you.
The first photo I took of my scrapbook page standing up on a floral frog. Here is the photo (warning photo is very large, click on it to view it full size):
In this next photo the layout was laying flat on the bottom of the light box and I stood over it and took the photo from above looking straight down.
I have not yet purchased lights for the light box, I am simply using two lamps that I had sitting around the house. I suspect once I buy some little clip lights that are brighter, the pictures may come out even better. But it’s a learning process and I thought I’d share it with you in case you wanted to make your own photo studio/light box.
And here are some additional pictures I’ve taken of some of the felt embellishments at Kat Scrappiness. I’m still working on the lighting issues so keep that in mind 🙂 If you have any lighting or photography tips for me, PLEASE leave a comment and let me know. I really want to learn to take better photos! Thanks!
Notice the difference in the lighting/shading in these two pictures? All I did was move a little and I got two totally different results. (Frustrating)
Thanks for stopping by today. If you a scrapbooker, maybe you could stop by and take a look at what’s new at Kat Scrappiness and let me know what you think 🙂 Have a great day!