Video of the print: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KL-5KJ5Kjhk
Original Prusa i3 mk2
I like your infinity screen. I'm a bit new at this, would you mind pointing me to or posting your file for that? Loved the video! You gained a subscriber
What exactly do you mean by infinity screen? ^^ You mean the replacement of the blue background? This is a decent tutorial: http://www.videoschoolonline.com/green-screen-how-to-chroma-key-in-adobe-premiere-pro/
You can also just search youtube for "keying tutorial" there are hundrets of those :)
I'm sorry. The 2 clips which bend the background paper so that light is bounced away from the camera. In photography this is sometimes called an infinity screen because... you know, I'm not really sure why they call it that... a curved surface that seamlessly blends the floor and wall together so that anything you put in front of it — an object, a person — will appear to float against a simple, clutter-free backdrop.
I see you have 2 clips that curve the paper. They're awesome, but I didn't see them in the original project
Oh thanks! Now I know it's called that :) You learn something everyday I guess :D
It's this model: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:106568
and this one looks good too: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:95180
It's really handy thing to have around whenever you need to take a picture of something relatively small :)
What I'm missing and really want to make is a portable LED panel with some 18650 batteries, I think it would be really helpful to have a powerfull light source that I can move around.
How about something a little more low-tech and affordable?
These LED flashlights go for about $1 at a harbor freight
I use a pair of these + I have 1 meter of led strip inside an aluminium profile with diffuzor above my table. And it's still not enough!
It's crazy how much light daylight gives, I really underestimated it. So when I want to record at night/afternoon when sun is almost gone, it's either noise in video or a lot of artificial light. Although it's true that I plan to use it for normal photography as well, it's a bit of an overkill to make a nice picture od a benchy :D
Nice video :) Thanks for sharing the result and we are glad you found the photo studio useful.