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    I bought a cheapie light box too , Richard.

    Taken with my phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibm59 View Post
    I bought a cheapie light box too , Richard.

    Taken with my phone.

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    I really struggled with this phone to get a decent close up photo. It really needs good light. The LED strip light is great and the different coloured sheets supplied are good too. I haven't used my green one yet.

    I would prefer the content of your photo to mine Brian!
    One of the best skills that an angler can ever develop is knowing the difference between passing the time and wasting it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jockiescott View Post
    I really struggled with this phone to get a decent close up photo. It really needs good light. The LED strip light is great and the different coloured sheets supplied are good too. I haven't used my green one yet.

    I would prefer the content of your photo to mine Brian!
    You tie a braw fly 👍🏻 but I'd prefer the contents also just a bigger bottle

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    Havenít quite got the hang of this light box yet , but this IS just about the darkest dram Iíve ever poured.
    Recent release of Kilkerran 8yo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jockiescott View Post
    I went for a cheaper version that cost £6.99 on ebay.
    I have the black backdrop in there at the minute but the comet pictures were taken against a white background. It comes with other colours too.
    You have the backdrop in upside down. The holes should fit on 2 little tabs at the top of the back to stop it sliding down
    That bucktail looks a bit scruffy or is that your biscuit crumbs on it
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    Quote Originally Posted by gwelsher View Post
    You have the backdrop in upside down. The holes should fit on 2 little tabs at the top of the back to stop it sliding down
    That bucktail looks a bit scruffy or is that your biscuit crumbs on it
    Ahh, but... BUT.... The black backdrop is just sitting on top of the white one. As the ones I'll use most often I can just lift the black out and use the white underneath.

    The bucktail might straighten in the water!
    One of the best skills that an angler can ever develop is knowing the difference between passing the time and wasting it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gwelsher View Post
    You have the backdrop in upside down. The holes should fit on 2 little tabs at the top of the back to stop it sliding down
    That bucktail looks a bit scruffy or is that your biscuit crumbs on it
    Thanks for the info on the holes , Gary
    Couldnít figure them out.

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    Glad it helped Brian
    Regards Gary
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