I have to admit, I committed a crime of buying too many photography books and never really put them into use. The little knowledge that I've learn have always stopped within the pages. So, I decided to read them, and really play with it so I did a little set up. I've wrapped my box with white mahjong papers so that they can act as my cheap reflector.
And so here they are.
|With only window lights|
|With window lights, and the low quality self made reflector|
|With window lights, white table lamps near to the objects, and low quality self made reflector|
|With window lights, white table lamps further away from objects shining from front, ceiling lights, and low quality self made reflector|
I would say the set up help to reduce shadows significantly. But the last one is not to my likings because I think the image looks a bit flat.
I still like my window lights, but it's too late in the afternoon, the lights are getting dim... I guess I'll have to try again tomorrow and play more of it.
Any advice is welcomed :)