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#1 flyryan


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Posted 10 January 2017 - 01:04 AM

bought a cheapo light box off ebay from china took first pics in it tonight  its a bit small for the big pike stuff but works ok for normal flies







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#2 Ronn Lucas

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Posted 10 January 2017 - 02:50 AM

The pics look pretty good!

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#3 geraldsherbrook


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Posted 10 January 2017 - 08:14 AM

Dear RYAN,


I am not at all a expert when it comes to photography...soooooo I let this for the others...


I feel somewhere YOU aren't yet overly enthousiastic for the moment........nevertheless it will be a matter of 'experimenting' with what YOU did allready (I see different background colours ...from white to less white to grey(ish)


FOCUS will be important toooooooo when it comes to more than ONE fly in Your pictures....(photo two is a good example...as the ones in the middle (focus) are 'sharp' and the outside 'chabeau' fishes are allready less sharp (in the hair hahahaaaà)


psttttttttttttt the best photo's IMO are the ones of Your group "ALEXANDRA'sssssss" escorted with that 'special' dry fly ...(photo 6)


The 'dry fly' on herself (photo 3) shows defintly to much 'light' on her silver body


ah practise and trying out...trial and error...and building up the experience with that 'light tool' will gift YOU the searched for better photo results...(ah Your photo's (in the past) where allways allready good IMO)




Ah light is for sure a helpfull toy for photographers 'inside'.............

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