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Thread: A desert hairy scorpion, a white box and 15 minutes (pics)

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    I need to build a white box for Bubbles, a big one. She's going to make for some awesome macros once she's fully grown.

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    Arachnids scare me, but that is a very nice scorpion. Have you ever gotten a vinegaroon before? Like scorpions, but with no stinger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asid61 View Post
    Arachnids scare me, but that is a very nice scorpion. Have you ever gotten a vinegaroon before? Like scorpions, but with no stinger.

    I had vinegaroons many years ago...they are great critters! I'd love to get some more one day...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Millipede View Post
    can i see your white box? I photograph art glass and it's hard to get rid of the glare and reflections...
    I posted a description of my set-up, with some graphics, here: http://wp.me/p2wM8r-gO

    My white box is made from 3 pieces of white foam core. It took 5 minutes to make and just minutes to set-up and take down. It should work well for glass. In the past I have shot coral beads in a white box that consisted of a foam core box that was open on one side, and with a hole (for the lens) on the opposite side. The beads would go onto a light box, then the white box would go on top and I would shoot vertically through the hole. It produced very nice photos of the beads on a pure white background.

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    omg so pretty!!
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    Thanks!

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    Great pics! You capture so much detail in these animals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BioZest View Post
    Great pics! You capture so much detail in these animals.

    Thank you! I'm trying!

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