Johnson Screwdriver and Tester This is my Johnson screwdriver and tester, which was part of my Johnson combination screwdriver set, that I’d bought to work on my DIY project. As you might already know from my last couple of posts, you already know that I had set out on a mission to make a DIY softbox. So, I made two. I got myself 10 12″x16″ black foam boards, velcro tapes (for keeping the bulbs detachable), this screwdriver set, two sets of LED bulbs (white, and warm white), lots of black electrical tape (without markings), tracing paper (for diffusion), two pin plugs, and extension board and two bulb holders. God bless Amazon! 😄 After a few days of painstaking work, and a tired back, I had myself a couple of softboxes, the second one better than the first, having learnt from my (minor) mistakes. This photograph is a composite of a few exposures, one of which had a white background and used the flash (in-camera slow flash, not speedlight), which helped with the glow. The rim lighting, and other general lighting are coming from the softboxes on either side. For the rest of the shots, I used the 10th black foam board, which didn’t get utilized in making the softboxes, for the background. Then an underexposed shot helped with the edge detection of the subject, which I then masked out and made a slight gradient for the background. The reflection at the bottom is real. I placed it on a wood (probably with a sunmica layer) drawer top (only place in my house where both my softboxes would fit. EXIF Info Exposure f/5.0 1/50 secISO 100 Focal Length in 35mm 360 Date taken 2020:02:23 16:38:17 Camera NIKON D3200 Spread the love Tweet Post navigation Set Wet Ultimate HoldParasailing in Goa 18 Comments Nice to see that even mundane things are made to look beautiful here..LOvely shot Sudipto!!! Reply Thank you, Devi… 🙂 Reply Exciting information about the construction of your toolbox. I wouldn’t may be have guessed your picture was a screwdriver. The result is amazing. Reply Thank you kindly, Marie.. 🙂 Reply Excellent JP Reply Merci, JP… 🙂 Reply wonderful colour Reply I was lucky it was made of green glass… 🙂 Reply That looks amazing. Only a true photographer can look at things we use on a daily basis and bring out it’s hidden beauty. Job well done sir. Reply Thank you, Nay Nay… 🙂🤗 Reply interessante transparence ! Reply Merci, Didier… 🙂 Reply Another great product display! I love how it looks internally illuminated. Thank you for the background “set-up”. Reply And thank you for your kind words, Steven… 🙂 Reply Look at you, Sudipto, going all fancy and technical on us. BRAVO for your experimentation. Reply Thank you kindly, Ginnie… 🙂 Reply quite a satisfying feeling, isn’t it, to get hands-on with building stuff, despite the tired back and all, Sudipto? 😀 Reply Indeed, Ayush… Thank you… 🙂 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.