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On his wesbite, Mawoca, Frank shows us how to make a tabletop softbox, which can help photographers – as well as crafters – take pictures of their smaller work in the best possible light. Frank uses his softbox to take food photos for his wife. He paid about $30 for parts, and the results are fantastic.
Here’s one example:
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  1. Mary Foyes on said:

    Thank you for a very needed item. Since most of my items are in shades of white, I’m going to do this softbox in black. Hope it works as good as your white one does.

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