And, to top it off... it's fairly cheap (and easy - no tools required) to assemble. :)
What you will need is:
1 - a large display board. Depending on the material this can run around $5 (I recycled one from my elementary teaching days).
2 - some clear photo corners. About $3 a box if you don't have some stashed away waiting to be used.
Here are a couple things for me to point out:
* I am exceptionally lucky to have a big fat flourescent light in my ceiling where I photograph my layouts, which helps me tremendously in photographing them (not so much for actually scrapping though). However, the same effect can easily be achieved depending on where you place your board versus your lights.
* I have a wide & tall table (thanks to my husband!) and drafting chair where I can easily sit to shoot the picture with the flash off. If your space doesn't allow you the extra room, I think a dining/kitchen table & chair would produce the same effect.
If you haven't already figured it out, you simply put your page corners on the board. LOL! I told you - no tools required! The easiest way I discovered to do this is by putting the corners on my layout and then lining it up on the board. The page corners stay put and you just continue to use them over and over.
One of the reasons this works so well is because it is a huge white space for your camera to set the white balance. And, if it doesn't - it's still a large enough space for your photo editing software to do it easily with a couple clicks.
And here's for my visual friends:
set up for a 1 page layout
close-up of the photo corners :)