14th April 2005, 07:09 PM
its much cheaper to DIY your own bounce card, either like what dawgbyte suggested, or you can go popular go find a white surfaced card etc and cut out the size u desire and there have it~ your very own bounce card! hehe
Originally Posted by rebbot
cheap and lazy way would be to use rubber bands... of cse you can use anyway you like lo
14th April 2005, 07:37 PM
14th April 2005, 07:40 PM
I also have a white thin plastic chopping board as my "white" reflector but I can't use that in model shoot for personal reasons. Just at home for some macro practice.
Originally Posted by ~Arcanic~
14th April 2005, 10:00 PM
Here's my NTUC recommendation but only for the Toa Payoh Branch AFAIK:
Originally Posted by dawgbyte77
In the TPY branch of this supermarket, there's a section on the ground floor that sells confectionery products. It's a dedicated section which NTUC probably subleases out to another company.
Well anyway, to cut the long story short, the REDMAN brand of baking goods make different sizes of CAKE support bases made up of thick stiff cardboard, all done up with matte silver foil ;-) These are a still life photographer's dream come true. They're horribly cheap. Go check it out ;-)