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Thread: My Toy Collection : Mandarin Spawn

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    Default My Toy Collection : Mandarin Spawn

    My Christmas present from my BRO but didn't really see the MAKRP potential until now.

    Camera : Nikon D50
    Lens : Sigma 80-300mm APO Super Makro II (My Tamron SP90 was ON LOAN!)
    Lighting : Room Flourescent Tubes and LED Torch
    Tripod : Victory and Victory Pan Head(Kinda Stiff)









    To me ... They look amateurish but its been a while since taking pot shots of my Toy collection. So what do you think? Commentz please

    P.S. - I have some older toys that are still around, might shoot them if I'm free to do so.
    Last edited by Cikgu101; 15th June 2006 at 02:46 PM.

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    Default Re: My Toy Collection : Mandarin Spawn

    Think lightings and also backgrounds are important when shooting toys..
    a suitable background will proabbly makes your toys look "alive"..

    and since its a spawn figurine..
    a darker background and correct lighting to make the man. spawn more evil...

    just my 2cents worth..

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    Default Re: My Toy Collection : Mandarin Spawn

    In still life, you can try to put the figurine in a better environment that reflects its personality.

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    Default Re: My Toy Collection : Mandarin Spawn

    All of them were shot in my room without much probs etc etc etc
    but
    will think of those in future shots...Thanks guys

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