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  • MikeDingas
    Why a light box? All you need is a sheet and an incandescent lamp. That's how I photographed the attachment. The frame does has glass, by the way, and I used the built in flash. You have to toy with the camera settings some to get the colors correct.
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  • Steviegwood
    Hi Trout, when you find those instructions would you mind sharing them. I am having the same problems with my pictures. Thanks, Steve

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  • Trout
    started a topic withdrawals....


    one day and I'm already going through project withdrawals....

    I haven't been to happy with my picture taking skills on the last few projects so I'm thinking about building one of those light boxes..I've had the materials here for months but never got around to making one..Plus I need a good picture of my Police project for the scrollers gallery...

    for those of you who don't know what I'm talking about, it's a box that you put your project in to take a helps with the light so you don't get the glare of the flash..

    I just have to find the instructions, there here somewhere...


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