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Posted at 4:24 PM.
Heh, I made something similar for my vivitar 283 out of a gift bag from th Dollar Store, some paper, duct tape, and later i lined it with tin foil.GhettoBoxSample photos:My Water Pipe:http://www.plasticpuppet.com/blog/show/hookahMy Cathttp://www.plasticpuppet.com/blog/show/joe_jacksonThe Dangerous Kitchen (cross-processed and other junk)http://www.plasticpuppet.com/blog/show/the_dangerous_kitchen
I've been making these for as long as I've had my strobes, I was under the impression it was something everybody knew. I find tinfoil has a very slight blue cast, but household diffusion (tissue paper, paper towels, etc) usually add some warmth and help get rid of that blue cast.
Patrick,Your links don't work!Bill
Bill,Thank you very much... they are fixed now. (I was messing around earlier) :P
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