Sunday, March 25, 2007

DIY Macro Studio

I found these instructions this past week for building your own macro photography studio (little light box) for photographing small objects. Since I needed to take pictures of a few products at at my day job (at the PRO Sports Club), I decided to give it shot to see how well it worked. I was actually quite impressed, and the best part--I was able to build it with stuff I had availble in the office!

Here's a shot of what it should look like... mine does not look this good.


Here's a few of the shots I took with it...



Have a great day!
Gerald

1 comment:

Felipe Pereira said...

Looks good! Gotta love all the fun DIY stuff that the Strobist shows us how to make.



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