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Saturday, January 24, 2009

Team nunde makes a studio lightbox

In the heat we trekked to Bunnings then Spotlight which were a massive 7 minute walk away from our house and due to exhaustion, thirst and hunger we chucked our supplies on the lounge room floor, ate junk food and watched TV. It wasn't until 11am we decided to start our project. It still needs tweaking and we got the wrong lamps for the globes but finally we made our own Home made photography light studio thingy.

tomorrow there will be the correct amount of lamps but I am rapt with the results.

and the box is massive.and Mr nunde is now filling it with warhammer miniatures to show off on his warhammer miniature showing off site(weirdos) ooops I said that out loud.

If you are considering having a go at making your own, here are links to a few that we used as a reference when making ours.
We went for a cardboard box from Bunnings lined with poster board and 4 daylight lamps clamped to top, bottom and sides. Now we messed up on lamps but the results were still great.

The box is 50cm x 40cm and cost $17.00 to make.

The lamps were extra and optional. You can use what you have around the house as long as you use daylight globes which are common.
Wow, it's 10 past 1am and I have a mess to clean up.
Have a great weekend!!!


CurlyPops January 24, 2009 at 9:53 AM  

Thanks for the links. I've been wanting to make one for myself and I didn't realise how easy it would be!

Baino January 25, 2009 at 4:12 PM  

Hi Melanie, thought I'd return the favour. Fab blog but being a lazy creative . . .it's exhausting! I'll be back tho!

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