I made a DIY lightbox using instructions from MyNewestAddiction.com, and it’s made a huge difference in the quality of my photos.
I take a large number of photos for my blog posts, and I’ve always been frustrated by trying to get the right lighting to take good pictures without glare and shadows.
I had no idea I needed a lightbox until I happened upon the MyNewestAddiction.com article and her fantastic instructions.
I already had everything I needed to make the lightbox – a clip-on desk lamp, an empty cardboard box, white tissue paper, white card stock, a razor knife and clear packing tape.
Even though I did a rush job due to time constraints, the box turned out great and has absolutely changed my life. It has not only improved my photos exponentially but also reduced the amount of time I have to spend taking and editing photos.
If you take still photos for your online articles or blog, try making a lightbox yourself, and you’ll be amazed at the much better photos you take.