Create a Mini Photo Studio

by Megan Hoeppner

Other Light Box Options


If you'd rather have the assembly done for you, look at purchasing a pre-made light box. Here are a few options on the market.

Whether you're a professional photographer or just want professional looking images (maybe you run a small business), look into the amazing light box options available at Light box


For a more enrty level option, check out the 620-EBOX Portable Mini Studio by SunPack on

Sunpak 620 EBOX Portable Mini Photo Studio

For more photography tips, check out the "Photo Tricks" column found in the March/April 2011 issue of Creating Keepsakes magazine.


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As an alternative... can get melamine laminate by itself at some home improvement stores. Glued onto 3//8" plywood, it would be a lot lighter than melamine boards. One thing that the melamine 'studio' doesn't allow you too do, however, is light from the side or back. Sometimes that's necessary to bring out detail... I found a cheap photo cube of translucent fabric works well for pictures; the biggest problem is coming up with a proper base for the item to show it off well.


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