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mini estudio portàtil

mini estudio portàtil

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como hacer un estudio de foto casero, un miniestudio
como hacer un estudio de foto casero, un miniestudio

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Published by: odrarek on Nov 11, 2009
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wdrwilson
on March 12, 2006
Table of Contents
License:  Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike (by-nc-sa).............................................................................2 Intro: ......................................................................................................................2 step 1:  Select materials........................................................................................................2 step 2:  Cut the box............................................................................................................2 step 3:  Assemble the Skeleton...................................................................................................3 step 4:  Wrap the box..........................................................................................................4 step 5:  add continous background................................................................................................4 step 6:  Add light and enjoy......................................................................................................4 step 7:  End Result............................................................................................................5 Related Instructables...........................................................................................................7 Advertisements...............................................................................................................7 Comments...................................................................................................................7
 
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License:Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike (by-nc-sa)Intro:
step 1:
Select materials
First thing to do is find your self a usable box. The box I used is a half of a resin plastic shelf. The dimensions are roughly 16" x 15" x 15". This size has handled mostthings I have put in it, however I think something a little wider would be easier to use. Materials used - Masking tape or other heavy tape (Duct, packing, etc) - X-Actoknife - Ruler - Glue Stick - semi transparent white material (Tyvek, White suiting/Ripstop nylon, bed sheets, etc)
step 2:
Cut the box
1) Lay the box flat 2) using the ruler add a 1" to 1-1/2" border to all sides of the box (top, bottom, left and right) - Essentially you want to cut a hole in all sides of the box.Tip: don't forget to add a line on either side of the center of the box as it lays flat :) 3) Cut out the four panels of the box using an x-acto knife and cutting on the lines. Seethe images below if the above is unclear.
 
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step 3:
Assemble the Skeleton
1) Open up the box and close the bottom of the box 2) Tape down the exterior and interior seam. 3) The Bottom of the box will serve as the platform for placing yourobjects.

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