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Wasserman

Del

 

Great article, thanks for sharing.

 

Never judge a man by his hammer, just the results of it's use.

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Phil G

Great post Del :notworthy::)

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Del

Glad this is still helpful. :)

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quick978

Hi Del,

 

I followed your guide, very informative by the way, Here is what i came up with (not as good as yours but i was proud of it.

Thanks for the tut.

 

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Del
Hi Del,

 

I followed your guide, very informative by the way, Here is what i came up with (not as good as yours but i was proud of it.

Thanks for the tut.

 

001.jpg

:thumbsup2:

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Prcowboy

Good stuff man, another alternative for someone who doesn't want to purchase extra equipment is taking pictures around dusk and dawn and just adjusting the aperature, it works just as well as long as you have that nature, soft light.

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cragglemiester

Awesome thread, off to ebay to get a light box hahah

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whitebase

I made a homemade lightbox using cardboard and papers, took only an hour or two to make, but my room mate thought it was a junk and destroyed it. LOL

I guess I'll be purchasing one soon...

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qqqwww

Nice

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mskwatch

got myself a cheap lightbox from amazon, one with built-in leds. Quality is good, but on polished watches I get too many reflections of the leds on the case. So I bought some opaque transparent film and applied it on the leds, now it's all great.

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black263
On 25/12/2017 at 22:01, mskwatch said:

got myself a cheap lightbox from amazon, one with built-in leds. Quality is good, but on polished watches I get too many reflections of the leds on the case. So I bought some opaque transparent film and applied it on the leds, now it's all great.

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Now that's something you don't often find.

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Del
14 minutes ago, black263 said:

Now that's something you don't often find.

Geez, you can’t help yourself, can you? :picard: 

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black263
1 hour ago, Del said:

Geez, you can’t help yourself, can you? :picard: 

Sorry.  Always been a pedantic twat as far as English Language and Grammar is concerned.  It's in my DNA.

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mskwatch
On 17/2/2018 at 14:14, black263 said:

Sorry.  Always been a pedantic twat as far as English Language and Grammar is concerned.  It's in my DNA.

Sorry, but it was called both opaque and transparent on the packaging, I know it doesn't make sense, but still it exists and helped me:bananarider:

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Buzzpod

The results you get from that camera are impressive! Goes to show its all about how use the equipmemt!

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Xepa

Great writeup mate! You've inspired me to snag a light box kit off ebay.  Can't wait to start experimenting with it and frustrating myself half to death.

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