DIY Lightbox for product photography

This is a DIY Lightbox for anyone that wants to photograph a product. No professional equipment necessary! My Blog: Facebook: http://www…
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25 Responses to DIY Lightbox for product photography

  1. sinephase says:

    thanks! :)

  2. Erica Day says:

    Just got done making mine! Now to take pictures!

  3. Taylor Ray says:

    great video, I already have a light box but it helped be understand the

  4. Prem Raj says:

    Wow, very simple to make. Thanks for uploading this video.

  5. ihsan dincer says:

    +getfitdit it doesn’t work that way. 

  6. lavilada says:

    You did that!….I always wanted to know how to do something like that
    thinking it takes a lot of money…..awesome thank you for being
    inspirational and willing to share…..

  7. James van der Hoven says:

    If you don’t have a lightbox, here are some tips to making your own
    DIY Lightbox for product photography

  8. Saran Yuwanna says:

    DIY Lightbox for product photography

  9. Jessikah Coleman says:

    How inexpensive and neat!

  10. Rabi Ahmad says:

    Maybe its the light bulb, not sure but it doesn’t really matter because you
    can fix that on camera. If you have a DSLR then you can probably set a
    custom white balance. Then the whites should actually look white instead of

  11. Polawat Ponaree says:

    China light tent complete set $15 from ebay

  12. CandidAnn says:

    @rebornraw Glad I could help out. Please let me know how it turns out. 🙂

  13. flyhigh513 says:

    Wow, thanks for doing that, seems like it was a lot of work. I wanted to
    ask you where you put the lamp? and how many watts that lamp was? How many
    watts do u recommend for jewelry? Thanks in advance

  14. Ekenwars says:

    What if the light reflects steel products?

  15. Amber Dusik says:

    I have seen these made using tissue paper instead of tshirts.Aside from the
    issue of tissue paper tearing and tshirts being tear proof is there a
    difference?Also can you replace white poster background with other colors?

  16. CandidAnn says:

    I’m glad this vid helps. I took a look at your Etsy store and the photos
    are not bad at all. Best of luck to you.

  17. CandidAnn says:

    Absolutely, that’s the beauty of this light box. You can use any color
    background since it’s just a matter of changing the paper. If you can get
    the shower curtain to hold up, go for it.

  18. NoMoreNRFB says:

    @CandidAnn Thanks!

  19. luiris79 says:

    Interesting idea home studio, I have only one recommendation as a
    photographer: Check that there are no shadows of the product. In this case
    the image 2 (the gel), another light lateral offset places the product or
    otherwise. But overall it’s a good job. I congratulate you.

  20. jacqui524 says:

    Thx for sharing your creative talents. God bless!

  21. Shaarme00 says:

    so, you put the light on the side covered with the shirts, so the light
    goes through, isn’t it? (I’d like to do it and want to be sure I understood
    everything ^^)

  22. Housewife of Miami says:

    this is perfect to use for my products can’t wait to make this this weekend

  23. MiSSLMoo says:

    Amazing, thank u

  24. Mathieu Basset says:

    Excellent tutorial ! Thank you so much 🙂 I’ve put the light on the top of
    the box, but i get a light reflection on the top of the product… Do you
    have any tips to correct that ?

  25. Babou1n says:

    WOW, it’s very interesting, I’ll try to make one ^^

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