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Published on February 19th, 2008 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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trash can turns into photography light tent





tanya takes a wastepaper basket and turns it into a photography light tent, with good results too.

“my hack is a fniss wastepaper basket camera mount for doing macro photography. i call it the ‘trashcanulator 2000′, with the ’2000′ added simply to sound more pompous.”

the camera is mounted on a l-shaped plywood frame for stability.

look at a sample!

see instructions on building your own fniss light tent on tanya’s blog.

related hack:
> skimra lamp shade photography light tent
> photography light table
> home photography backdrop

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6 Responses to trash can turns into photography light tent

  1. Linda says:

    Another bright idea! ;-)

  2. Helen says:

    I have a few of these in my room, one for waste, one for recycling etc.

    I also take photos and one thing I have been doing is using the white translucent one pictured as a flash diffuser and I have been bouncing my flash in my coloured ones to give the light a tint. very cool stuff.

    I like how Tanya has hacked the bottom of the bin! gives me ideas for flashes.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Thank you fir this hack! I am definately going to use is as I make jewellery but I’m a terrible photographer!!

  4. Anonymous says:

    broken link to the creator’s blog

  5. Join Avon says:

    This is great! Well done. I am going to make this myself.

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