I once had a go at something similar. What I used at the camera end was a short extension tube. For a bellows I made a kind of bag bellows out of the heavy black plastic that some paper comes in (Ilford I think). I cut the bag to square (about 6" square from memory) then folded over and sealed with tape the two open edges. Then I carefully cut a circle through both layers of bag, the same size as the hole in the front of my slr. I put the extension tube inside the bag and then attached it to the camera, trapping it against the lens mount. I had a go at mounting a lens onto the front of the bag similarly for a funky macro type thingy. I also had a go with a cheap magnifying glass taped onto the front of the bag. I didn't manage to take any notable photos with it, but it was fun to look through for a while. All this talk is inspiring me to have another go. The supportive-but-flexible approach of the lensbaby bellows might be approximated with a short length of innertube (mountain bike or motorbike?) stretched over that short extension tube. Nicolas ============================================================================================================= To unsubscribe from this list, go to www.freelists.org and logon to your account (the same e-mail address and password you set-up when you subscribed,) and unsubscribe from there.