Jenn wanted to take pictures of her scrapbooks to preserve them in case of an accident. Well, we can't peel back the plastic coverings from the pages because they're often stuck to the old photos inside, so direct flash causes all kinds of crazy reflections, no matter how it's bounced around the room. I don't do any product photography, so I built my own ghetto softbox by lining a paper box with aluminum foil, and covering the front with sheets of paper. This worked, but I only have one flash and the bottom of the album page was very dark, so I stood up the box top, weighted with a tape dispenser, with aluminum foil for a reflector. Works perfectly.