Tomorrow is winter solstice and I'm going to be loading a bunch of cameras tonight to put up for solargraphs. I took one down today that's been up for six months and I just took a very quick look at it but it seems like it's very fogged and monotone - but there's definitely an image. I used a soup can for the camera and the paper covered almost the whole interior of the camera. I'm thinking that light is bouncing off the white paper and fogging the image. Any suggestions as to how to fix this problem? Maybe use a smaller sheet of paper that covers the back half of the camera? I was using fiber paper, if that makes any difference. Help would be greatly appreciated since I'm loading cameras tonight! Thanks.