I was recently asked by YescomUSA to introduce my readers to their site by reviewing one of their products.
The Internet is a, fantastic, proven tool for "Cottage Industries"A global market exists for artists and entrepreneurs alike!
In order to succeed you have to get attention and that is best done with clear, well done images.
You have to have great photos!
"32 inch Pop Up Photo Cube"
Many of you have online boutiques, Etsy shops and more. My daughter and I operate an Etsy shop called "Savannah Secret Cellar". For those reasons, I was excited about reviewing this product for you.
If you operate out of your home, you know getting the proper lighting is a bear. Either it's a cloudy day, your house lights are causing a glare, you're getting shadows. Lord forbid you get the vacuum cleaner in the corner and can't crop it out (Hey, some of us multi task!).
Wow, this is what was included! I had researched this equipment previously and had trouble deciding what I needed and didn't need. Everything you need to make professional looking shots is included in this kit.
The pop up cube fits into the round black bag. The cube pops right into position and folds back up for storage in the black bag. I had trouble folding it back up but a neighbor folded it and placed in the bag in about 15 seconds. I just need to practice. Two lamps on tripods with compact fluorescent lamp bulbs replicate shadowless daylight. Four different colored backgrounds that attach with hook and loop are included as well as a camera mini-tripod and a cell phone tripod.
Previously, I could never get a photo this clear without peripheral shadows.
With the pop up cube the focus is on the product
I could never have gotten the proper lighting for a closeup this detailed.
This is what my customer wants to see!
Moving from left clockwise, can you tell difference between pictures 1, 2 and 3? My red camera is reflected in the high gloss finish in picture 1. My green blouse is reflected in picture 2. Picture 3 has no image reflection, only the pure light bouncing off the finish. Picture 4 is the neatest thing. It is a blind that attaches, again with hook and loop. See the slit in the middle? That's for your camera! Voilà, no unwanted reflection. If you have ever tried to photograph a mirror or mirrored tray you know what I am talking about.
A few pictures, in bad lighting of my temporary setup.
The light permeates the nylon sides of the cube giving a shadowless light perfect for your shot.
I found this product to be a good value and appropriate for its intended purpose. I could recommend it without hesitation.
I was provided this product for review.
I was not paid for the review and my opinions of the product are solely mine
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