A Photo Studio for Your Small Parts

Wanting to take good photos of small parts for promotional purposes? Consider this device.


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Mark Two Engineering, the medical shop profiled in this story, uses the inexpensive “photo studio” shown to the right to capture images of the small, intricate parts it produces. The shop uses those photos for its website and other promotional materials to demonstrate its complex machining capabilities.

The studio consists of a collapsible soft-lighting diffusion box, a camera stand, lights and backgrounds. You can get really good results if you have just a halfway decent camera. If you can use one, I suggest Googling for “photo studio in a box” to find the lowest price. Most are less than $150.