HomeMade Diffuser W/Pic

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HomeMade Diffuser W/Pic

ok so i took the ladies advice. I looked online to see if i can make a Diffuser with items i have in my house....So one web site said try using a milk container...so I wanted to know if you ladies can tell the difference in picture? Lol I caught him falling asleep

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I like the 1st one best. The color seems richer. I see a haze over the photos so it makes it hard for me to tell. I am also not calibrated anymore so I should probably change that to give a real opinion

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1st is better IMO... the 2nd shows a shiny flash/glare. I also see that it is pretty hazy... hmmm

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Yeah the 1st one is with the HM Diffuser

What u mean by hazy?

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cloudy/misty looking... maybe your lens is dirty? Just not crisp and clear.

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Yes, I see the haze too. My camera did that when I really needed to clean the lens. It will make a world of a difference.

As for the pic- I like the first one best. I can see a difference with the diffuser..well done!

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oh yes haze... i see it too. You can easily clean it though. You can buy a small lens cleaning kit at wal-mart. Smile I use it all the time on my little P&S and even my bigger lenses. The diffuser looks like it worked though Smile

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I'm seeing lots of haze too. The first is definitely better though.