That's the JNS 6000, right? Do they a natural only as the finisher?
side outlet 90° bends, and connect them with PVC pipe in whatever dimensions you want your box to be (24" square box = 24" pipe). You then use the box as a frame for your backdrop and diffusers (I used a black microfiber 'throw' blanket for a background and white sheets for light diffusers). At that point add your lights, and take your pictures from a hole you cut in the front of the box (this keeps the steel from reflecting YOU lol). The black and white really seemed to bring out hamon activity (others have used it to bring out layered activity in tamahagane...much like your 'clouds') in steel.
Here's a quick wiki tutorial I found, only they're using a cardboard box. I like the PVC better because its modular...you can have three different sized light boxes by just cutting different length pipes.
Hope that helps!
I could use one as a freebie maxim
"A recipe has no soul. You as the cook must bring soul to the recipe." -Thomas Keller
Any chance of more Usuba coming back in stock? I really wanted a 210 kama but they just sold out...
Thank you Maxim
just what I was looking for... thanks Maxim
once in a while you get shown the light, in the strangest of places if you look at it right