Getting Creative With Photography 2

image courtesy of The Fujifilm Blog

Roger Payne is back with an inexpensive window light box solution that could be very useful. His bathtub product photography method was very popular among readers of this blog and others, which inspired him to publish this follow up, how to create an inexpensive light box for getting professional results. Roger manages to capture some very compelling images using just two sheets of A3 paper and his Fujifilm X-E2S with a XF60 F2.4 R macro lens attached. You can read about how he accomplished the photo above and more on the official Fujifilm Blog.

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  • nwcs

    Another inexpensive, but more controlled, way to do it is with foldio. It’s like this idea taken to the next level.