March 5, 2017
As you can see in the photos below I use three lights which is the standard for tabletop photography. On top my table i'm using a flexible desk lamp. The other two lights are on adjustable light stands with light sockets attached. I made a one time investment and purchased the Impact Studio Lighting System. I do not use the reflectors as shown on the website because I don't feel they are necessary for small area photography, however they are good to have just in case you are making videos.
September 23, 2016
August 30, 2016
November 17, 2013
Prior to this, I was using my HD Canon Vixia HFR11 Camcorder (discontinued) similar one here to shoot my photos. It turned out to be an excellent option for high resolution photos for internet use until I could get my hands on a professional camera. But I don't recommend using a camcorder for continued use for still photos just because you have to keep switching the settings.
January 4, 2012
Come to mama! As a beauty blogger a girl couldn't ask for more so when my husband finally caved in and said we're getting you that new camera you've been wanting for Xmas... I was like a kid in a candy store. We waited until after Christmas to buy it because the camera went down over $100. It cost $799 before Xmas and it cost $619 + tax after Xmas. I'm so happy and I can't wait to use it and kiss my 7.2mp Canon Cybershot good buy!
June 29, 2011
I thought I would post an official image of the My Studio Tabletop Background for Indoor/Outdoor Photography. The official name for it is called "My Studio" and it cost $139 + tax/shipping. This thing is huge! It's made of fiberglass and the dimensions are 20x20x12. Oh, there's one even larger if this isn't to your liking,