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A couple of creatures from today for comparison

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A couple of creatures from today for comparison   -   Leave a Comment
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I think I'll try sticking some tracing paper over the light to stop it burning out the areas it hits.
Or better arrange the paper/tiss ...  more
Re: A couple of creatures from today for comparison   -   See entire comment Yep, good idea. It's going to take some working out and experimenting. I don't have much room in front of the lens with this amount of tubes on though ...  more
Re: A couple of creatures from today for comparison   -   See entire comment Fwiw, I always found that tracing paper *still* lets through too much of a hotspot. I've had good results with tissue paper, polystyrene, oiled 120gm ...  more
Re: A couple of creatures from today for comparison Thanks Nass,
I'll give them a try - mmm oiled office paper sounds interesting. :D
Re: A couple of creatures from today for comparison   -   See entire comment It's quite bizarre - add oil to paper you can't see through like smooth bleached nice office paper and it turns opaque. Like thick tracing paper. The ...  more
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