Reddit Reddit reviews LimoStudio 16" x 16" Table Top Photo Photography Studio LED Lighting, Light Tent Kit in a Box, Photo Background Shooting Tents, AGG349

We found 37 Reddit comments about LimoStudio 16" x 16" Table Top Photo Photography Studio LED Lighting, Light Tent Kit in a Box, Photo Background Shooting Tents, AGG349. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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LimoStudio 16
馃憤 Contents:[1 x] Folding photo box (16 inch x 16 inch) / [2 x] Table top LED lights with stand / [1 x] 8" Steady Tripod / [1 x] Phone clip holder with width 3.1 inches or smaller/ [4 x] Blue and Yellow Color filters馃憤 Professional photo table shooting tents and lighting / High power lights馃憤 8" Steady Tripod / Transformed convenient carry bag / Compact & Slim size馃憤 High bright white 馃尀LED table top lights: Eliminate unexpected shadows / Works perfectly with daylight or any other artificial light馃憞Installation Manual Download Available (Scroll down to Product Information)馃憞
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37 Reddit comments about LimoStudio 16" x 16" Table Top Photo Photography Studio LED Lighting, Light Tent Kit in a Box, Photo Background Shooting Tents, AGG349:

u/Marsandtherealgirl 路 11 pointsr/smallbusiness

So I feel like I have some advice to offer here. I work at a farmers market and the booth next to mine sells candles. I would say they make about $200-300 a day. I personally don't buy candles, but I'm obsessed with wax melts and know many other people who are as well. There's honestly a whole weird subculture around it and I've been known to spend $50-100 on them at a time when ordering online. I have three drawers full of wax melts and some of them are so sought after that there are selling and trading groups on Facebook.

The booth next to me at the farmers market sells their candles for $15 each or 3 for $35. Lots of people will really fall in love with two scents and then they can't help but spend another $5 to get a third. They do a great job of marketing. All the candles are just in clear, cylinder jars. They're not colorful, just white soy wax. They use cedar wicks. Their scents are really fun and unique and have cute names like Netflix and Chill, Gummy Bears etc. I feel like they have a variety of scents that appeal to people of all ages, but their branding is clean and basic enough to also appeal to anyone.

Looking at your page I don't even see what kind of wax you use. I don't know what your wicks are made of. I don't know if you're using essential oils, which you've blended into these fragrances or what your methods are for making these candles. I have to be honest, people care about these things A LOT. Hell, I've even heard people ask how soy wax is made. These people have all the answers to these questions and people really do want to know.

I'm not going to lie, I'm in my 30s and if I saw your candles I might not even stop to look because they look old fashion to me. They look craft mall/Americana/shabby chic at best. That's my cold hard truth to you. Also the scents seem to be mostly dupes of mainstream fragrances or just really basic stock fragrances. So they just don't seem special. Nothing on the website tells me why they're special. You don't even have like "your story" or anything on your page that I can find. Also your photos are grainy and dark and just not very appealing.

As for the wax melts, I know they're not the most exciting thing in the world, but some companies make them into that. My favorite wax melt company is The Bathing Garden. (
This is my last order from them. When I get these packages, it's like Christmas morning. They charge $3.75 for each clamshell. Everything is beautiful. The fragrances are limited edition and all beautifully crafted and blended. There are new themes and some fragrances are rereleased annually. Here's the kicker- they're so busy that the turn around time is SIX WEEKS. When I first heard this I thought what a horrific business model. I can't imagine waiting a month and a half to get an order from them. When I got that first order I about died. Everything was amazing. I've never smelled such smells. Since that first order I've almost always had an open order with them. I just got that order and I'm now waiting on another order I places maybe three weeks ago.

They do a fragrance of the month and it's hard for me to resist because its just there for the month and then it's gone. They describe their fragrances in great detail and give them fun names and create every clamshell into a work of art. It feels valuable when I get it. It feels and smells worth every penny.

I will honestly say their website kinda sucks and it's worse on mobile, but their stuff is so fabulous that word of mouth creates all the buzz they need.

Also my best friend makes perfume which she sells online. She custom blends her fragrances and they are released seasonally in themes. She offers sample packs and full size products. She is very successful even though people can't smell her items before spending money on them. Her descriptions are very through.

Start with better photos. That's super important. Get this:

The weird backgrounds aren't doing your stuff any favors. Maybe include some props depending on the fragrances. I sell nail polish online, which I make. Sometimes props can be fun. You can see that this photo was taken in the lightbox and it's fun and bright.

I hope this wasn't too harsh and is at least some what helpful. I've been selling nail polish online for four years and did over 11k sales on etsy last year. I woke a full time job and most weeks I only have one solid day to work on my polish business. I would say that branding and unique offerings/names are at least 80% of why my business is successful. I make it all really personal and informational and entertaining to buy products from my shop. Which is what I want when I buy something online.

u/LKMercantile 路 10 pointsr/Flipping

Thanks! I do have a little lightbox, but honestly I've been a bit lazy lately. So I've just been throwing things on a piece of posterboard in either natural light or under the very bright LED lighting in my kitchen. And I use my phone (Galaxy S9) as the camera.

u/JUra88 路 5 pointsr/Gunpla

Thank you! I use a photo booth like this

And I use a pixel 4xl to take my pictures. Usually the only thing I adjust in my photos is the lighting/contrast to make the background blend in more seamlessly!

u/czuzak 路 4 pointsr/Warhammer40k
u/wayofthemoney 路 4 pointsr/Flipping

Bought this set on amazon. Soon realized the light box is completely useless and doesn't give a professional lighting quality. I just use the lights (don't forget to bounce of the light off a white surface) and a table lamp I already own. Paired with my iPhone 6S plus camera, results look very professional and clean. Best of all this set up cost less than $50! I believe two of the LED lights are going for $30 on amazon.

Set up on amazon



u/OminousRectangle 路 3 pointsr/Flipping

Lighting is a huge part of it! Here's the lightbox kit I bought. It comes with two lights- they're not super strong, but again, they work just fine for my purposes and I've been perfectly happy with it. You may want to scale up to a larger size if you do bigger pieces on a regular basis... When I periodically have a larger thing (like the Mr. Coffee machine) I just say "screw it" and take lower quality pictures, or I set it up on a giant white piece of tagboard in natural lighting (during the middle of the day) so I can get a few shots.

u/jtkbong 路 3 pointsr/Gunpla

I was planning to, but decided to just buy one on amazon :P

This is the one:

It's honestly a little small for 1/100s, but for 1/144s it works great. I may get a bigger version of this later on!

u/SafetyMan35 路 3 pointsr/smallbusiness

Get yourself a portable photo booth with lights. They are $40 on Amazon and will dramatically change the look of your photos

u/TheParabolicMan 路 2 pointsr/ActionFigures

Couple things:
I recently bought a little light tent that works AMAZING for action figures. It's actually really cheap for the drastic improvement in your picture quality. Here it is on Amazon Just remember to shoot with as low an ISO as possible and compensate with a tripod and a slow shutter.
Also, I want to casually mention that this figure is on the ol'bay. Not gonna link to it but you can search for it if you care. :D

u/devilishgenius 路 2 pointsr/ActionFigures

This is a tab expensive but it was the first light box i bought and its been pretty handy

u/MachNeu 路 2 pointsr/Gunpla

They're nice. Just make sure to get one that's large enough.

The one I got from Amazon (this one) is much too small for anything besides HGs. I don't regret it as I got it for a good price from Amazon warehouse but knowing what I know now, I'd've spent a bit more and gotten a larger one.

u/enska2 路 2 pointsr/Etsy

I have this 16"x16" one. I put the lights on the outside and it works well. The fabric needed ironing. It might look wrinkly in some of my photos because I didn't iron it right away.

LimoStudio 16" x 16" Table Top Photo Photography Studio Lighting Light Tent Kit in a Box, AGG349

Here are some photos.

u/smallbatchb 路 2 pointsr/graphic_design

If it helps though, I used this cheap lightbox and some extra flashlights to get the backdrop and lighting. However, I'd either wait for a price drop or look for that model elsewhere because it was only $22 when I bought it from amazon and it's almost double that now for whatever reason.

You could also pretty easily build a little diffused lightbox yourself. They work great for small items like beer cans.

u/DaMooseWasLoose 路 2 pointsr/turning

From Penn State actually!

The light box I got from Amazon.

u/picklelady 路 2 pointsr/Flipping

I have this one , but I don't like it much and rarely use it anymore. I had a hard time with anything that wasn't tiny showing the edges of the box on the sides. Plus I still had shadow issues. And the lights that come with them get HOT fast, which sucks when you want to adjust them.

Instead I have a couple places in my house with decent natural lighting, 2 cheap gooseneck lamps I got at goodwill, and some black and white posterboard. It just seems easier to me, and the results are about equal. That is to say, my photos are decent but not fantastic.

u/misschristmastina 路 2 pointsr/CrossStitch

This is the light box I got. I love it because it came with everything I needed (including the lights and light box). It is very compact and portable. It wraps up into it's own carrying case with pockets for the lights and the camera tripod. It's pretty perfect for me!

u/Wootbears 路 1 pointr/photogrammetry

I would need to look up the bulbs that I have on top, because they're part of a super old lighting kit that I used like 5 or 6 years ago. The two little lights in front are from this tent kit I purchased:

Do you have any suggestions for my white balance setting on my camera? I think right now I just have it set on Auto White Balance

u/DystryR 路 1 pointr/Gunpla

Thank you! this is the light box I picked up. Good deal, I think. I'm happy with it.

u/dylan227 路 1 pointr/Gunpla

Here's the one I have. I was going to build another one when my cardboard one breaks, but I figured since this one already comes with lights and a stand, it would be worth it to spend a little more, and just buy a pre-made one

u/Oceslope 路 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

I just got around to using my lightbox NSFW. $40 from Amazon with 2 lights.

I have some other work safe shots of another figure, but the light was too close and ended up washing out the face.

u/dankgrinders 路 1 pointr/photography

I've got the same item and am trying to recreate this shot with a similar quality.

My GF has a Nikon D3100 and I've been trying my best to replicate the shot, but am struggling mightily. I have no real idea as to what I'm doing and it seems as if the pictures my Google Pixel phone takes are much better. I've played around with the manual settings and have cycled through all of the preset options. I've tried with flash and without flash.

I also have this table top light box setup.

Here's a few examples of the pictures I'm getting.

I understand he's using photoshop as the shadows and edges are so clean, but how is he getting such a perfect edge? There isn't a single miscropped area within his picture.

u/Khrisamisu 路 1 pointr/Zoids

It's never too late! ...unless you glued parts together x_x

And Thank you! I use this:
LimoStudio 16" x 16" Table Top Photo Photography Studio Lighting Light Tent Kit in a Box, AGG349

but I found that 16x16 is a bit small for a model of this size, so I bought a larger tent separately. I used an iPhone5c camera

u/TheFunkwich 路 1 pointr/AskPhotography

Don't forget about lighting! Lighting is probably the most important thing with food/product photography. If your budget is really tight, I at least recommend picking up this inexpensive box and small but sturdy tripod to ensure sharp and detailed shots!

u/Tonyage27 路 1 pointr/ACBA

Hey! So the light box I got came with two bright led lights. Do you think these are better? And may I ask why? I don鈥檛 know much about photography and just learning so it鈥檚 exciting to get info like this.

Here鈥檚 a link for the light box I bought so you can serve lights it cane with.

LimoStudio 16" x 16" Table Top Photo Photography Studio Lighting Light Tent Kit in a Box, AGG349

u/SmallRealities 路 1 pointr/minipainting

Natural, diffused light (a cloudy day) is best.

Do you have a tripod (essential).

Are you using the default camera app or something like Camera Awesome?

Something like this is really good: LimoStudio 16" x 16" Table Top Photo Photography Studio Lighting Light Tent Kit in a Box, AGG349

Although the lights are probably too yellow. Instead just use your painting lamp(s).

u/strongcode 路 1 pointr/Twitch

Exactly. They also have lightbox styles such as this one. You can even buy 1 of these, cut up off each side and mount them in front of your lights. You want them to be a few inches off of the bulb to get quality diffusion and prevent the diffuser from melting/catching fire (be careful! Some lights get very hot). If you need smaller lights as well, Amazon has lots of all-in-one kits such this one

u/enska3 路 1 pointr/Etsy

I have this one:

It's good enough but the fabric backgrounds were wrinkled which was annoying. You can see that in the photos. I'll show you some photos I took with it.

I looked on YouTube for where to put the lights. I hadn't thought of putting them outside the box. It makes a way better effect outside the box being diffused through fabric than straight on. Good luck!

u/letsgodevils123 路 1 pointr/Flipping

What is a good photo studio/light box for a starter who does not have much space in his house? I bought this because it looked like a good deal. I don't hate it, I just hate the amount of editing I have to do on the photos because of poor quality. Like this one I need to do a TON of editing to fix some of the imperfections.

u/sambrojones 路 1 pointr/Warhammer40k

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u/ecNate 路 1 pointr/playingcards

Thanks for sharing. This is pretty good if you have the stuff already laying around and don't mind keeping a bulky box around. I had been looking at some cheap setups on Amazon as listed below, but maybe a hybrid approach of getting a pre-made box that collapses and then using cheaper lights, including some I already have.

Just a world of caution, especially if you use halogen or incandescent lights with tissue paper... fire hazard, be careful there.