Could also a cut white cloth sheet suffice for the lighted side panels...or would that be too dense and light restrictive? Curious .
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10-27-2015 10:09 AM
It shouldnt block to much light, i just bought a new thin cotton sheet, costed me 6 euro, the paper 2x 70x50cm 200gramms was about 2.50 euro.
So just try, it shouldnt be to dense, and you also dont want a rough structure that maybe reflect the cloth pattern on to the object.
just try Larry
Ebay has some inexpensive ones that work pretty good.
This is like the one I use. It comes with the lights and a cheap tripod for $30
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Agree with Greg. I bought my kit this past winter. The "box" was around $30 and came with 3 different color backgrounds and folded for storage. Pretty neat, versatile and well made.
But I really like the idea of the hole in top
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Thx Greg nice addition to the thread!
But the big advantage of the cardboard box over your tent is the fact that it has the 100% topview ability and you can make them as big or as small as you want.
I made mine out of pvc pipe 3/4, very solid.