I didn't use the simplified one. I used the original victor diffuserOriginally Posted by cws77
sorry is there a link on how to make the victor diffuser?
Just scroll down and you should see it
another question: how do you do night macro?
I tried just now and i was using my left hand to hold a led light so that I could see the bug and focus ,
and using my right hand to hold the camera and take the picture, but it was very difficult and tiring,
(i could barely hold the camera without shake with two hands, not to say one hand)
is there an more efficient way to do it or am i doing it completely wrong?
Thanks in advance!
A much easier way that I'm using, is to use those energizer 4 or 7LED light with elastic arm band, velcro the base of the light to your lens hood, tie the remaining elastic band to the hood, flip out the light unit and start aiming. In this manner, you dun need another friend to hold the torch for you, and u can easily adjust the angle of the light. The battery last quite long such that I can use it as a search light for insect.
Let me get a pic for you guys tonight
for the victor diffuser, is it one of those plastic cutting sheets sold in daiso?
also, which section of Daiso can I find the foam?
I searched for it in Plaza Singapore Daiso but could not find it.
And the shop assistants didn't know also.
The long overdue image of my focusing light setup.
is it the sort of chopping board that is very thin and looks the the cover of a clear file folder?
The foam is sold together with the chopping board or separately?
How do i tell the shop assistants? i showed them the pic I taken from
this forum and they had no idea what the foam is.
Btw, also curious to know how your night macro looks like .
Thanks in advance!!!
oops sorry posted too slow... you already posted your light setup.
The foam is sold separately. Looks like a pillow case to me. Also forgot what it was meant for.
Chopping board wise just get the ones big enough, translucent and without anything printed on the board.
any advise where can get tamron 90mm at $540? thanks