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    Jun 05, 2009

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After five years of work and one million dollars spent, here is my self made portable (almost) photo studio built only for the sake of shooting figurines =)

I followed Bakamandy's tutorial and added my own modifications figure.tsuki-bo...

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whooooo.. sooo effin cooool dude! kudos!
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Wow! really awesome, it's like a professional photostudio, only smaller :D
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Thanks Yuna! =)
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Singer_Yuna All along the Watchtower ♪
Awesome!!
My future photo studio will be more simple...your's awesome!
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Yeah, you got it right, Yama. Here in Brazil we call it "paspatur", it is a thin sheet of styrofoam glued between two sheets of cardboard, it's a light and strong material. At first I was intending to use balsa wood but the paspatur become a cheaper option.
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takarayama Enjoyer of Life.™
KamuginI used some cardboard meant for framing pictures to make the structure and vegetable paper for the sides =)I think this is what you got: "Passepartout, the French term for a mat, a paper or, more usually, cardboard sheet with a cutout, which is placed under the glass in a frame. A photo (or print, drawing, etc.) is placed beneath it, with the cutout framing it. The passepartout serves two purposes: first, to prevent the image from touching the glass, and second, to frame the image and enhance its visual appeal."

It seems it can also be spelled "passe-partout". I don't know any French so I don't know which is correct.
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Hi,

I don't know the exact names in English, sorry :P But I used some cardboard meant for framing pictures to make the structure and vegetable paper for the sides =)
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Sweet! :O It looks awesome! What material did you use for box?
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Hi takarayama!

It's easy to built your own studio if you really want to do, only my laziness hindered me to finish it earlier :P

Indeed the camera is a Canon SX10 IS, but I prefer my Sony DSC H50 for shooting my figurines because I think it delivers better results. Thank you for inviting me, I'll join your club =)
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takarayama Enjoyer of Life.™
I intend to some day make something similar to what you have. I haven't got further than the thought of making something, though. ^^:

Is that a Canon PowerShot SX10 IS on the tripod? I love having that same kind of rotatable display on my S5 IS. It's great for taking outdoors pictures at weird angles! ^_^

Thanks for sharing a picture of your studio. ^^

PS. Feel free to join the photography club. ^.~
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