White Raisin Box
White raisin boxes can be used for the same things as red raisin boxes: lifting up lights, blocking unwanted light, acting as a stand for a subject, etc. But I’ve also found the crisp blue, red, and black print against the clean white provides an excellent contrast that can help me focus. So I often place a white raisin box near my subject, zoom in, focus on the raisin box, zoom out, and remove the raisin box from the scene.
Like its red counterparts, this white box is 2 3/4 inches tall.
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