Deviled Eggs In the Box Vs Out of the Box

Deviled Eggs In the Box Vs Out of the Box

My daughter has been working on a school project where she gathers her favorite recipes and practices making them. For Easter dinner, she made the deviled eggs. They turned out delicious but at the end of the evening, there were 4 eggs leftover. As I was cleaning up, I remembered that she needed to get a picture of her creation for the project. She had already gone to bed and I wasn't sure if she had taken the picture yet so I grabbed my phone to snap a quick picture of the leftover eggs. It was late and I was tired and I really didn't want to walk downstairs to my basement office to take a picture that I didn't even know if she needed so I thought I would just take the picture there, on the kitchen counter. No matter what angle I held my phone, I got a shadow across the eggs and/or the platter. Also, the kitchen light cast a weird, orangish tint. After a few minutes of trying to get a decent picture, I gave up and headed to the basement. It only took one shot in my SHOTBOX to get the picture that I wanted. When am I going to learn to just go straight to my SHOTBOX? Maybe it needs to find a permenant home in my kitchen rather than in my office!

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Photo shot with SHOTBOX and my Samsung Galaxy S7 Smartphone.

I was so tired that I forgot to take a picture of the deviled eggs inside the SHOTBOX! I used an oak board for the base and a vinyl printout of a slate tile backsplash for the background. Here is another picture of the deviled eggs on my kitchen counter as I tried to get a decent shot from various angles and heights. No matter where I positioned my phone, I could not avoid a shadow across my picture.

Another Shot of the Eggs with a Shadow Across Them

#shotbox #usingshotbox #lighting #deviledeggs

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My name is Jodie and I am a wife and mother of four. I love to bake, craft, travel, exercise, hike and explore new things. I'm excited to use the SHOTBOX to highlight my creations and to show you how this simple tool can bring light and life to your passions too.

The SHOTBOX is a collapsible tabletop studio that uses high powered LEDs to create a perfectly lit “micro-studio” environment. They are now taking pre-orders to be delivered for Christmas.

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