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    Hi, been trying out my camera for a few weeks now and there's a sudden urge to take soft toy ... and *snap*.. here's one
    Any CSers know how can I make this bear look more professional?
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    Quote Originally Posted by epia
    Hi, been trying out my camera for a few weeks now and there's a sudden urge to take soft toy ... and *snap*.. here's one
    Any CSers know how can I make this bear look more professional?

    get a suit and tie for the bear from the toy shop?


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    Lol.. as in.. I intend to turn this into a greeting card.. wondering if anyone know any effects that look great for a xmas theme

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    Hmmm.. for a start you might want to clean up the background?? Take the bear against a makeshift backdrop or something (just white paper or white cloth).

    Btw what camera are you using? I have the feeling you are going too close to focus cos the pics are not sharp?

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    Olympus 5060... Ya getting really close cuz it's a wide angle camera..

    Eh.. the bear is supposed to create a feeling together with the jesus altar in background..

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    Quote Originally Posted by epia
    Olympus 5060... Ya getting really close cuz it's a wide angle camera..

    Eh.. the bear is supposed to create a feeling together with the jesus altar in background..
    Hi Epia,

    Good idea about the cross in the bg, but i think you might wanna clear up some of the background except the cross.

    One alternative:

    1. Move the bear closer to the cross and place on a pedestal
    2. Don't shoot so wide open, cos the cross is super blurred and if u din tell me, i wudnt know u wanted to link both the elements.

    Yep..

    Just my 2 cents worth! Cheers & Merry Christmas!

    haha.. mood already.. time to dust off the christmas CDs!

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    Lol merry xmas! I'll find a new spot for the bear

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