Light Makes A Difference With A Light Box
A few days back, I showed you my new yarn for my new knitting project. It’s filled with greens and blues and grays and very very pretty. But in the photo, it looks really drab.
I used my light box to take this photo. And I did open this in Photoshop and lightened it and did a few other tweaks but not much. At the time, I thought it was OK but now I think it’s drab.
Drab. That’s the word of the day. It’s drabby outside right now too. Boo drab, boo.
But I’ve decided: no more light box photos after dark. Why? Because I took the photo below of the same yarn with help from light sneaking through the blinds.
Yowza. You can see the greens and blues and grays much much better. Now, I did a little boosting in Photoshop so the colors do pop a bit more but the background is actually white. As oppose to ecru. No more light box after dark. Either that or I need to bring more lamps into the dining room.