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Weekend Photography Workshop
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76 Responses

  1. jen sunshine

    I love that srobist tut, i found it earlier on in the summer and made one myself. It’s remarkable how well the photos come out when you have some semblance of professional lightbox isnt it?

  2. nova

    You rock star. This post exemplifies a few of the many reasons why I love your blog, you and how you contribute to our “little community.” You rock.

  3. no-blog Marcie

    Thanks for the tutorial and taking the time to write it.

  4. emicat

    Thank you so much for this post! This is just what I needed to set one of these up for myself and experiment. Thanks again! :)

  5. Debra

    Wow, what a wealth of information. Thank you so much for taking the time to document all of that!

  6. Dorothy

    Excellent tutorial and your photos are perfect example of decent, good and best.

  7. Moni

    thanks so much for the tutorial, Lolly! I’m going to bookmark it for when I get around to making a lightbox!

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    [...] Jetzt gibt es bei Lolly einen großartigen Artikel mit vielen Tipps, wie man die Fotos noch besser und interessanter gestalten kann. Von der Wahl der richtigen Hintergrundfarbe bis zum geschickten Einsetzen von Reflexionsflächen ist alles genau beschrieben (allerdings auf Englisch). Wer sich fürs Fotografieren interessiert sollte unbedingt mal einen Blick drauf werfen: Weekend Photography Workshop. [...]

  9. Paula

    Thanks so much for the great tutorial. Love your haircut too! I am ready for Socktoberfest with three socks going.

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  11. leslie

    lolly, thank you so much for this!
    i am currently searching for the perfect box! :)

  12. Miss Scarlett

    Your blog is one of the most skill enhancing out there – thanks Lolly for an interesting AND understandable post.

    Next weekend I am going to try this out.

  13. tinylondon

    What excellent ideas and examples. I’m tempted to make up my own box and try out the techniques. Thank you for sharing.

  14. sam

    Hi Lolly,

    I’m a staff writer for the Daily Chum and I’d like to link to this post in the column I’m writing and wanted to make sure that’s ok with you.


  15. Lime & Violet’s Daily Chum » Blog Archive » column: Tech Dirty to Me: Photography

    [...] photos of yarn or FO’s you might try making your own light box or investing in a light tent. LollyKnitting wrote an outstanding tutorial on constructing and using a light box if you want more details. They [...]

  16. jo

    Hi Lolly – I teach photography and it’s great to see a tutorial like this helping knit bloggers take better shots of their projects/yarn. There’s nothing more disappointing than seeing poorly lit/exposed/arranged/focussed photos of projects that have otherwise had so much love and care go into them. A few suggestions though – a lot of people don’t seem to understand that different light sources have different colour casts – it’s important if using artificial lights to set the white balance of your camera accordingly (for some AWB just doesn’t cut it). Because of this it’s equally important to try and avoid mixing your light sources – using an artificial light (a lamp) to supplement daylight will result in odd colours (when compared to each other daylight has a cool cast while a lamp, depending on the type of bulb, has a warm cast). The other thing that is important to note is that the camera may not necessarily give you the best exposure for the situation when set on ‘auto’ – setting the camera to slightly over (or under) expose may give you the better shot (richer or more accurate colours, more detail etc.)

    cheers :)

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  18. Bells

    Fabulous. Thank you. I intend to make one very soon and will be printing out your tutorial as a guide. It’ll help me a lot.

    Oh and apparently I was living under a rock – I had never heard of you until tonight via Tessa’s blog. Glad to have found you!

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    [...] other night, Jeff helped me build a light box for taking still-life photos. I saw the idea chez Lolly, and used the tutorial at Strobist.com. It was a snap! I let Jeff do the cutting though, since box [...]

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  23. Brigita

    This is such a great tutorial. I’ll try this and post the results at my blog.

    I love your blog.

  24. Wendy

    Wow this is incredibly helpful! Thank you so much!

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