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23/11/2011 - 2:53 PM

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bfgstew10 STOPPER. Finished my latest project, my home made 10 stopper filter holder! From behind showing how it fits onto the lens hood ring on the front of the lens. From the front showing the filter slotted into the filter lugs. From the top showing the side lugs chamfered to allow the...

20/11/2011 - 10:58 PM

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bfgstewMacro bellows. Eventually finished this project of and am happy with both finished item and price! Bellows - 30 quid, X2 Tele converter - 140 quid, 50mm lens - free, ringflash - 30quid, aperture actuator - free. Aperture actuator, made from an old lens cap, a spring pick up thingy and some odd ...

13/11/2011 - 3:59 PM

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bfgstewD.I.Y. 10 stopper filter holder. Just made this to hold my new 10 stopper, it may seem a tad rough around the edges but as it cost me nowt instead of 100 odd quid for a Lee holder I think it will work and look good!!!

08/09/2011 - 9:27 PM

Photo365 - 251 - Apple

PeteSo continuing my fruit and veg theme I've photographed an apple in a black bowl. I have an old spray bottle that used to come in a kit form with the Tamron 90mm macro. I used that to spray water over the apple and bowl before taking the shot with a Pentax K20 and 16-45mm lens. The light is my diy ri...

PeteYou read regularly that a reflector is useful and the normal DIY approach is to mount some tin foil onto a piece of card. I found another option that looks a bit more professional. One of those silver reflectors used to keep the sun out of a car window. It's quite thick, flexible and can be cut up ...