I feel like my picture quality has been kinda up and down on the blog and wanted to standardize the way I take them. I usually just put a sheet of paper up and take the pic with the camera on a tripod with the shutter speed maxed and the timer on. Recently, I have been lazy and just snapped pics on the desk. I have seen a few people make these photoboxes and thought it would be an easy way to get up on my picture quality. Below are the pics of my setup. I used a cardboard box and cut openings in two sides and top then covered these on the outside with parchment paper. These inside I just lined with printer paper as seen. I thought this would just make it point and shoot but it's not. I'm having trouble with to much light or to much shadow. For the pics I post I always crop in photoshop and do the quickfix option which fixes my lighting problem most of the time. I have yet to shoot any pics of painted models in this box, only just built ones and am not very impressed. What do you guys do to take high quality pics of your models? Does anyone have a setup like this? Do you have to use the quickfix for lighting correction and is this a good alternative to not having a good lighting setup?
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