Photography at Your Own Risk
Trying to step up my photographic game a bit. Recent feedback I’ve received says I need to work on light and light balance.
So to work through some of this, I bought a not-super-expensive light tent from the good people over at ThinkGeek.
It’s a nice little kit with a handy carrying bag. In one neat kit there is a light tent, two lights, a desktop tripod and clips.
But in order to get the light tent into this fun little carry bag, they made the tent itself with those flexy bendy wires that they use in some sun shields for cars.
I pulled it out of the bag and it did this:
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Holy Crap! I almost peed myself.
Once I did finally sort out the ding dang thing, *someone* decided it was their new house. There was a lot of biting when I tried to remove the object obstructing my photographic progress.
Who knew I needed protective goggles, chain mail gloves and a helmet to take some simple desktop shots! Sheesh!
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