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#43236 Mar 14, 2008

Please can anyone give me an opinion on this light studio.? Is 50W enough for the bulbs?? Is a 2 sided box enough?? I would like to buy it but I'm just not sure.



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#43239 Mar 14, 2008

I have a tent similar to the one in the photo that works great. It

diffuses the light and gives a nice, neutral background to your

photos. I've found the lights to be near useless, though. I have about

3 different kinds of photo lights and they're either yellow or a cold

blue/white. In a pinch, the lights work okay, but there's photo

editing I have to do after. I prefer using natural sunlight with the



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