LIGHTBOX PHOTO VIEWER - PHOTO GIFTS FOR HIM.
Lightbox Photo Viewer
- In photography, a lightbox has several applications. One is a container with several lightbulbs and a pane of frosted glass on the top. It is used by photography professionals viewing translucent films, such as slides. This device was originally used to sort photographic plates with ease.
- (1) A enclosure containing white-light balanced fluorescent tubes behind a flat translucent glass or plastic surface on which transparencies or negatives are laid in order to view them.
- (viewers) viewing audience: the audience reached by television
- spectator: a close observer; someone who looks at something (such as an exhibition of some kind); "the spectators applauded the performance"; "television viewers"; "sky watchers discovered a new star"
- A person watching television or a movie
- A person who looks at or inspects something
- A device for looking at slides or similar photographic images
- an optical device for viewing photographic transparencies
- PHOTO was the name of an American photographic magazine geared towards men. It was published monthly by the Official Magazine Corporation beginning in June 1952.
- A photograph
- A photo finish
- photograph: a representation of a person or scene in the form of a print or transparent slide; recorded by a camera on light-sensitive material
- Photo is a French magazine about photography, published monthly by Hachette Filipacchi Medias. It is mostly focused on artistic aspects of photography rather than technical aspects. The editorial line is mostly oriented toward fashion and nude photography.
lightbox photo viewer - Artograph 12-Inch-by-18-Inch
Artograph 12-Inch-by-18-Inch LightTracer II Light Box
Features opaque screen and plastic frame. Top of box has a tool tray. Great for copying graphics photos templates anything. One side of box features memory related graphics the other side of the box features stitching related graphics. The generous 12x18 acrylic work surface is conveniently slanted for comfortable hand placement and features a 7500 hour 15 watt daylight fluorescent bulb. UL Listed. Perfect for more complex projects. The LightTracer II comes with a blue sheet over the tracer area please make sure you remove this sheet before using the product. Made in USA.
How To Make A Lightbox For Pennies
Lightbox From A 12" x 9" x 9" cardboard box This is my rough and ready prototype lightbox that I made, in ten mins,next lightbox is going to bigger and better, and instead of paper I will use flexible card, and for the hole I will cover it with grease proof paper or tracing paper. Fig 1 Shows, the hole cut from one of the sides, (Which will become the top of the box), after cutting the hole out it was covered on the outside of the box,with a piece of white paper it also shows beginning to line the box with A4 white paper, and celotaped into position. Fig 2 Shows the top of the box, notice the flap on the front edge, this will shield the light from the camera lens. Fig 3 Notice it now has a curved piece of paper taped to the back wall, and to the front edge of the box ( in this image I have used a smaller piece of paper to show the back curve. In the proper version the paper covers the full back wall) Fig 4 shows the finished box Fig 5 Shows the angle poise tube lamp with a 40 watt bulb, in place and lit, you can see why we left the flap on the top now as it shields the lens Fig 6 The complete set up lightbox, tripod, camera/cable release and lamp and the frog, Flash fired Fig 7 The finished photo EXIF ISO 200 Exp 1.3 seconds Aperture F/22 to keep it pin sharp from front to back Focal Length 46 mm Manual Mode (M) Centre spot focus Flash Fired
I thought the Buttercup was a challenge, this was even more so. Main problem was the size, it truly is tiny, the entire plant beng about an inch,25mm high, the flowers only 1/4 inch/6mm across. It did give me a chance to use my 10 dioptre close-up lense for the first time and I was pretty pleased with the result, even though I wasnt able to keep the full depth in focus. The second challenge was cleaning up the resulting photo. Regular viewers will know I have little knowledge of photoshop, but the amount of dust and cobwebs on the this tiny thing, meant learning new tricks to get it to an acceptable level. All good learning but not something I want to repeat on a regular basis :) Lighting will come as no surprise, my normal Neewer mini flash in homemade reflector above the lightbox and triggered by radio trigger.