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Old February 24th, 2009, 12:45 PM   #46
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Make your own diffusion filter
Why invest in a diffusion filter when you can make one yourself? Here are five D.I.Y. diffusion filter ideas...

* Blow on your lens and let your breath condense there. Quickly press the shutter release before the condensation evaporates--it works surprisingly well.
* Crumple a piece of cellophane, flatten it out, and hold it in front of your lens or secure it there with a rubber band.
* Take a clear or skylight filter and spray it lightly with hair spray, add dabs of clear nail polish, or a spread a thin layer of petroleum jelly (Vaseline) over it.
* Take a clear or skylight filter and use a fine-point black permanent marker to cover the entire surface with tiny dots.
* Stretch taut a piece of black net or panty hose over your lens. Secure it with a rubber band.
That is worth a try as soon as I get my 5D.
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Old May 19th, 2009, 04:15 PM   #47
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this thread is (was) beautiful.
Hope someone likes to share his find on effective soft/diffusion filters.
Or you all just end up living with it?











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Old June 10th, 2009, 08:46 PM   #48
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I'm curious too... did anyone end up buying any of these soft filters? I'd love to see some before/after shots.
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