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I am looking to buy a small light tent to photograph items against a white background, as well as photograph artwork for selling as stock (my wife's work) I do have a small pop up dome that is very limited and was wondering if anyone had any tips on a good model. Is this one any good ? it seems reasonable with good led lighting. https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Light-Boxes-Loupes/Amzdeal-Portable-Professional-Photography-Backdrops/B079BGT9C8/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1540214750&sr=8-3&keywords=light+studio Thanks.
I have been looking at some portfolios here and surprised that everyday objects as well as money, old stamps, collectables and just about anything is allowed to be submitted with no copyright issues. As I have a macro lens and a lot of collectable stuff I want to sell on Ebay, I may as well take good quality images of them to sell here also. The other subjects I want to photograph are my wifes artwork for submitting to design sites so it would be good to be able to kill 2 birds with one stone. I do not possess any lighting kit that would give good, even lighting with a white background so am asking for advice on what kind of rig to buy. I don't want to spend too much so the cheapest option with best results would be ideal. At the moment I am looking at this kind of thing and it's cheap enough. Any good ? https://www.amazon.co.uk/Portable-Photography-Shooting-Foldable-Background/dp/B074M7QHK4/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1509534020&sr=8-7&keywords=photo+lighting+studio Thanking you in advance for your help.
I'm faced with a multiple location shoot (cities, no remote locations) and am looking for a portable storage/back-up device that means I can transfer raw files from my Canon via CF. I don't use a laptop and the iPad will be too small and slow. Some years ago there were numerous solutions including Canon's Media Storage 30 and 80GB models and I've heard about the Jobo viewers but am wondering what others here use nowadays? Many thanks, Richard.