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04-09-2010, 08:51 AM
Semper Sens
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Originally Posted by hof2120 View Post
Also, could the fact that the acrylic panel I'm shooting off of is too small hinder my ability to take wrist shots? I'm thinkin bout pickin up a bigger piece because it's obvious that the acrylic doesn't cover the full length of a shot. I'm just wondering if I should see improvements with a more suitable shooting space.
Yea I think your panel might be a bit too small. Wrist shots need a relatively large amount of space (part of the reason the pros don't use them often). Either find something cheap, like a table insert or a piece of plastic lying around, or call some plastic companies in your area asking for high density polyethylene (HDPE). I forget the dimensions of mine, maybe 2' by 4', and it cost around $50 (kind of expensive, I know).

Another option might be those panes of plastic that are used to cover fluorescent lighting (pretty sure it's either what you're using now, or very close to it). I think they'd be cheaper, but I'm not sure.
Good luck!

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