Ghetto light box and old cameras

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  1. Jbs

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    tell me what you think of this please :)


    I like the 1st one the most
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    here is a pic of the setup (told you it was ghetto haha)
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  2. Jbs

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    one more of the 50 f/1.4

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    ooooooh i love ghetto rigs!

    pretty bad@ss

    ima copy you sometime , the setup that is:D


    i need lights :(
     
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    great shots.

    Thanks so much for also posting a shot of the set up. It helps newbies like me learn a lot.

    I like #1 the most. I feel that perhaps you could also increase the DOF a little bit more so that the details of the zoom ring are not blurred.

    again, thanks for posting the set up.
     
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    Now that is ghetto!
     
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    If you spend a little time you can make your box look nice. I made one several months ago. While not the best, it looks ok. I used an razorblade to cut so I got straighter lines.

    Sorry I didn't clean out the inside of the box. That was my post shooting mess..

    The good thing about these homemade boxes is you can cut and alter as much as you like to fit the needs of what you are shooting. Changing the paper color inside, etc.

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    one more.... i think the border works well :)

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