Friday, September 19, 2008

Desktop Photo Studio

Photography is a great hobby but one that is often overwhelming for a new camera user. With so many styles and technical specifications, it's hard to find your niche as a photographer. The Tabletop Photo Studio is a great way to get started, because it offers a controlled environment for you to take pictures of inanimate objects within the comfort of your home. Explore different light settings and tweak your camera to hone your talents as a photographer.

This set is also very useful if you every plan on selling something small over the Internet like jewelry or electronics. On sites like eBay and Craigslist, higher resolution pictures can help capture the attention of interested buyers and will enhance your chances at selling an item for the highest price possible. That means that your initial investment on the Tabletop Photo Studio will probably recoup itself fairly quickly. Also, insurance documents often require proof of certain items, and having a high-quality photo could certainly facilitate the insurance process. With the clean background and optimal lighting provided by the Tabletop Photo Studio, you can create professional-quality images using a simple camera.

The studio comes with two different backdrops that provide varying levels of contrast based on whether you are photographing light or dark objects. Objects are placed in a small light box with an integrated diffuser screen, and a tripod for your camera is included to ensure clear, distinct photographs. Two high-output lights are also part of the bundle, and they each have adjustable legs. The set can be folded flat for storage and comes with a built-in carrying case with a handle. Weighing only 4.5 lbs. and measuring 16" H x 16" W x 16" D, the Tabletop Photo Studio is highly portable and easy to set up.

For less than 100 dollars, this is a great introductory purchase for the beginning photographer. For more information, click here...

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