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Light tents are really great for creating low contrast lighting for photographing small subjects. With several lights aimed at the outside surfaces of the light tent, the light inside becomes low contrast because it’s coming from many directions.
Light tents are a must if you’re photographing highly reflective subjects such as jewelry.
Things to Note
Place your subject inside the tent.
You can float the subject above the surface with concealed supports.
Surface & Background
The surface can be a sweep of paper that runs from below the subject back, and up, the rear of the tent.
You can also use Plexiglass or Fabric, if the subject is reflective, use a surface that has a similar value as the subject.
For example, if you’re photographing a vase with a black glaze, a white surface would create a bright white reflection on your vase.
A dark surface will create a less distracting reflection.
You can use the rear panel of the tent as the background.
You can make the panel white, or various shades of gray.
Move the rear light closer for white, and further away for gray.
Place several lights on the outside the tent, shining on the tent.
You need some dark areas on the surface of your subject to show its volume and shape.
You can block light, to create dark areas, with a flag.