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i am helping a friend photograph her art work for entry into a competition. Specifically, she makes mosaics. the pieces vary in size but usually are not larger than 2 feet wide. they contain glass and sometimes shiny metal (copper, etc.) and therefore are quite reflective. is a light box the best option for this kind of work and if so, any recommendations for brand and features needed?
 
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You might want to look at a photo tent like this one.


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You might also consider a polarizing filter to control the shiny glass/metal reflection.


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