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  1. So in an effort to start the process of beginning to try and take better photos of my minis I've built a light box. It's smallish by design, and would cost about $4 if I didn't already have all the bits laying around. I present, ghetto light box! This setup is strictly 'proof of concept' to see how, or if at all, it works. I have a warm light and a "sun" light and they are pretty different colors of light. I have a tripod, but it puts the camera too high, so the drill bit box is standing in for camera-steady duty. It's just a bit of foamcore, parchment paper, and glue. I spray painted a piece of card stock gray for the ghetto backdrop. As a first test I put my in progress Gandwarf in for a photo. It's not fabulous, but is far beyond my usual photo quality. I think with three temperature matched lights it might just work. If not, the investment thus far is pretty low.
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