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organicbee says

anyone got any good tips for it? I know natural lighting is the best but its been gloomy out. I thought about using a box to help control lighting. any ideas are appreciated thanks in advance

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DarkstarDesigns says

One of the first and most important thing is to iron the fabric and get it nice and flat.

I would use a light box, with soft light, and if its too bright i would move them away a bit. but try and make sure you keep it even

as always need a tripod to get crisp pictures.

Lock the mirror and set the timer, this will reduce any shaking in the camera and give you a nice crisp picture.

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cazoobi says

Great advice from darkstar follow his post and you can’t go wrong, I also shoot with a low iso to avoid noise.

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