I was playing around with my new light box outside in the sun with no lights on it. It seemed to be working well, but then a huge dark cloud loomed overhead. I quickly switched gears and set up this wobbly photo shoot for my prints. The clouds act as a filter for the light, much the same as the white fabric or tissue paper. In some ways it is a lot easier to just take photos on a cloudy day. But it is very difficult to keep the lighting consistent (if that is important to you) and the risk of rain is of course high.
My pictures look decent. I feel like I still have a lot of work to do to make them stand out and look AMAZING. But so far so good :)