Hey Ben - That looks like a nice and simple tent set up, easy to light and easy to store. Where did you find it? Mark
Hey Mark! Thanks, I got it on eBay, and it folds up and stores in a nice little bag. Here is a link:http://cgi.ebay.com/LARGE-Photo-Softbox-Light-Tent-Cube-Soft-Box-NEW-30_W0QQitemZ360102967912QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLight_Controls_Modifiers?hash=item360102967912&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=72%3A1205%7C66%3A2%7C65%3A12%7C39%3A1%7C240%3A1318
Hmmmm.....that didn't work. Go to eBay and search:LARGE Photo Softbox Light Tent Cube Soft Box NEW 30"
Very nice. I built my own, and after like two days of working on it, realized I would have been better off making pots and paying for a tent. Oh well. Have I learned anything? Unlikely, since I plan on building my own softbox. That's great though. I don't know if you are familiar with this, but if your new camera has this function, find out how to do a custom white balance. It will really impact your photos.
Thanks for posting about the tent. I was thinking of getting one and needed a visual with a pot. Great blog, I just found you.
Nice to see you Leigh! You've got some really gorgeous pots! Glad I could help
Nice mug Ben! I need to buy a replacement backdrop after 3 years of using the same one. Mine is all scratched.
hey! I lurk way to much, but I love your pots! I just saw a few up on etsy the other day- way to go! nice tent- way better than my kitchen counter :)
Thanks Amanda! I used to use the kitchen counter as well!
Hey Ben, nice pots! I'm looking into a buying a graduated backdrop and I'm wondering where you bought yours? I was hoping to find one under $70 in that large size, but no such luck.
hey ben, been struggling with making my own but most of the struggle is with the background. where did you get the graduated backdrop and was it expensive?