I'm a toy collector and like to take pictures and videos of my collection. I've got a lightbox and turntable from Foldio which is great for my needs because I don't have a lot of space for backdrops and lighting.
Most of the time I take quick shots with my camera phone on automatic settings, and adjust the white balance to get the background white. after that, I dial down the exposure in Lightroom.
What would you recommend to reduce color fringe, within this framework:
- I don't have room in the lightbox to throw more light on the backdrop.
- It's hard to see how much I am overexposing on the phone display, but it's not worth the trouble to set up and use a DSLR.
- I would like to minimize post processing (I'd really like to just add a watermark, if possible)
Any tips, no matter how trivial, would be appreciated. Thanks in advance for helping out an amateur!