Our handyman (Daddy dearest) is at it again. This time he helped our son create a light box, a DIY photo light box.
The materials are simple and inexpensive except for the light bulbs. From the usual ‘tambak‘ inside the house, hubby was able to collect karton box, parchment paper, and a shaky camera tripod.
The procedure is simple:
Find an old carton box. Slit the corners to create a wide opening…place two led lamp of about 20 watts each inside. Cover the front with transparent paper for a soft light effect. The old camera tripod is used as stand.
The photo light box, by the way, was intended for Kyle’s photography class project.
Naomi just won the grand prize in the NORDE PANTONE #ColorYourMood contest held in May. Here’s her mood board entry. The second picture is her prize, an P8,000 worth of Pantone Color booklet. Congrats!!!
Listen to young digital artists Naomi and Denice talk about their creative journey and keeping it going despite the competitive field. Interview conducted by their friend Lian, a professional photographer.
They discuss about the difference between digital and traditional arts and provide fresh tips on aspiring artists out there based on their experiences.
“Practice, experiment and enjoy the process.” — Naomi
“Always pursue passion projects, always practice, and share your work (to others) to inspire.” — Denice