This DIY Mini Photo Studio Is Perfect For Amateur And Pro Photographers

If you do a lot of unboxing videos, product shots, or just need a good, evenly lit place to take photos of objects, this DIY photo studio will take some work and some space, but the end result is a great place to shoot, complete with an infinity wall in the background.

Nick Britsky explains at his blog, Nick Drinks, how he went about building the mini studio, and even shares the Google Sketchup files he used to plan the whole thing out. If you opt to make one for yourself and don’t have the space Nick had for his setup, you can always scale it to match the corner of your home or apartment you have. You’ll definitely need to stop by the hardware store for the equipment, and a fabric store for the white nylon he uses for the sides.

The final product has plenty of room for lighting on all sides, is big enough for large objects, and has a cyclorama wall in the back to produce that “infinity” effect behind objects in front of it.

DIY Mini Photo Studio [Nick Drinks via How-To Geek]

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