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    Hey hey... my first try here. CnC welcome. pls shoot


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    Not really a Gundam fan. I just borrowed it from my friend for my lighting experiment. Anyone has a comment or idea how I can improve this ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinsph View Post
    Not really a Gundam fan. I just borrowed it from my friend for my lighting experiment. Anyone has a comment or idea how I can improve this ?
    shoot it from below the gundam's waist and point upwards. dont use too shallow dof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinsph View Post
    Hey hey... my first try here. CnC welcome. pls shoot

    too much shadows... hand angle awkward... composition need serious work on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    too much shadows... hand angle awkward... composition need serious work on.
    Yeap.

    The image doesnt look like a fierce gundam to me even tho the eyes are underexposed

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    1) Wrist is missing
    2) Underexposed, white balance not right?
    3) Good attempt at using a single light source to create shadows...
    4) I would prefer the left side of "WING GUNDAM", for you can show the red coloured shield.
    5) Right hand is the master hand, often holding the weapons (The beam saber or the beam rifle) I think holding of a weapon will be better...

    Cheers! I got more Gundams!
    I am NOT a PROfessional photographer and photography is NOT my hobby

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    Quote Originally Posted by michhy View Post
    shoot it from below the gundam's waist and point upwards. dont use too shallow dof.
    Hmm... that's actually what i did here. Maybe still not low enough. Thanks !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    too much shadows... hand angle awkward... composition need serious work on.
    Yeap. The image doesnt look like a fierce gundam to me even tho the eyes are underexposed
    looks like my attempt to make it mysterious din work huh Okok composition.. the most important !! Is it because I chopped its other half of the body off ? I actually tried to use the rule of third by puttign the head at one of the point, and one of the shoulder pointing nicely to top left corner.

    thanks Del_CtrlnoAlt and DemonicAngelz for the advice !!
    Last edited by kevinsph; 24th November 2006 at 10:04 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Youhong View Post
    1) Wrist is missing
    2) Underexposed, white balance not right?
    3) Good attempt at using a single light source to create shadows...
    4) I would prefer the left side of "WING GUNDAM", for you can show the red coloured shield.
    5) Right hand is the master hand, often holding the weapons (The beam saber or the beam rifle) I think holding of a weapon will be better...

    Cheers! I got more Gundams!
    Ya haha I also find that missing wrist funny after taking this shot :P thanx for the comment!!

    I actually lit it up using my handphone screen light. Maybe that's why it is underexposed.

    sorry that i din show all the nice features of the wing gundam. Yes it does have a beam saber on the right hand... but that thing keep falling down. So i took it away

    Thanks! I'll try it again
    Last edited by kevinsph; 24th November 2006 at 10:09 PM.

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    Hmmm.... If I'm not wrong, it is the 1/100 scaled Wing Gundam... There's something wrong with those 1/100 scaled models - kinda loose unless you do something to it. How about the rifle? It should be able to hold better... but do note that the wrist maybe abit loose...

    Well, I'm not a pro either... Here's a crappy picture taken long time ago...

    Pardon me for my poor worksmanship!

    You may want to use the shield on the left to "support" the rifle in the following pose

    Wing Gundam Zero
    Last edited by Youhong; 24th November 2006 at 10:28 PM.
    I am NOT a PROfessional photographer and photography is NOT my hobby

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    Quote Originally Posted by Youhong View Post
    Well, I'm not a pro either... Here's a crappy picture taken long time ago...

    Pardon me for my poor worksmanship!

    You may want to use the shield on the left to "support" the rifle in the following pose
    Haha ya.. that exactly the one!! yes they are very loose. the wing fell off once i got it from my friend

    Hey you have very creative poses here. more lively.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinsph View Post
    Haha ya.. that exactly the one!! yes they are very loose. the wing fell off once i got it from my friend

    Hey you have very creative poses here. more lively.
    Generally, all the parts are rather loose lah.... The joints at the legs makes the model hard to stand properly... something problem you may face also... Super-glue may help... while it is drying, keep moving the parts so that it will not get stuck! Heard that the proper way is to get something called the "plastic cement".... Not too sure... can ask your friend to check it out...
    I am NOT a PROfessional photographer and photography is NOT my hobby

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    Quote Originally Posted by Youhong View Post
    Generally, all the parts are rather loose lah.... The joints at the legs makes the model hard to stand properly... something problem you may face also... Super-glue may help... while it is drying, keep moving the parts so that it will not get stuck! Heard that the proper way is to get something called the "plastic cement".... Not too sure... can ask your friend to check it out...
    Hee... thanx for the tips Youhong !!

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