Good tutorial for a light box. Pinner says: " But I will say that I just use a large clear plastic bin for my light box. The plastic does a great job of defusing the light and you don't have to get all crazy with tissue paper and box cutting. And when I'm done shooting, I throw lights and all in the bin until I need it next."
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Over in the corner I built a photography light box so that I could take better photos of my projects. Under the table is where I store all of the shipping supplies for my Etsy shop. One of these days I will probably get around to making some kind of cute skirt to hide all of that.
So ready. My husband will be home for the weekend. Before they start back working long hours. It was nice to see him last night. Worked all day and drove 3 and a half hours just to see is for an hour before he had to go back to bed. Love that man