Well, here we are. Ten weeks of school down, just one remains. Normally I’d be excited, but it’s the most stressful week of the quarter, so there’s not much to be excited about. I’m really feeling good about my final tomorrow, but it only gets harder from there. Tomorrow is Illumination and Communication Systems; Tuesday is Advanced Structural Analysis; Wednesday is Structural Steel and Concrete Design, and Linear Algebra; and finally, on Thursday is Plumbing and Fire Protection Systems Design. Should be a busy week, I’ll let you know how things go….
So this weekend, I took a break from studying to do something that I’ve been wanting to try for a while. I built a light box. A light box is used to create even lighting for small items, usually when doing macro (close up) photography. It’s actually really easy to make one, I just cut out the sides of a box and put tissue paper over it. It took about 30 minutes from start to finish and it turned out really cool. This picture is one of the first ones I tried. You can kinda see the sides of the box in the picture, it’s lit from the right and top. You can see the rest of the pictures that I took on my Facebook page.
Thanks for reading, have a great week!