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    distracting background. Try using a cleaner one maybe a white cloth or cardboard or something.

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    seems to be out of focus.
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    Agree with PeterPan.. the background's distracting.

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    Out of focus is obvious. And I don't understand why TS choose such a background?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    Out of focus is obvious. And I don't understand why TS choose such a background?
    to cover up even messier background of the work desk?
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by denniskee View Post
    to cover up even messier background of the work desk?


    Let's see what TS has to say, he seem to MIA after posting this.

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    Apart from OOF and messy background... there is no variety to your shots... 2 shots are the same just that one is zoomed in and the other is not and the last one is just front short...maybe u could have tried taking shots of the base where the skulls are, the chains along the legs, his gauntlet or maybe a back view...
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    this is just a quick experiment, in poor lightings and cheap backdrop (yes to cover up my messy desk like denniskee said lol)

    when i finally find some free time to get around to try again i'll post again, sorry for the MIA and thanks for the comments .

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    Need better lighting.. underexposed

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    I think you need a light tent, can buy one or make one

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    I've the same spawn as yours, hope you dun mind posting here. Pics taken a while back without proper setup.




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    np subzero, i've been meaning to get a light tent to shoot some of my favorite toys, but works just keep getting more and more busy...

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