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    Hi all, this is the first time I'm shooting a toy, trying to make it look like a product shoot. C & C welcome!

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    Thanks for viewing and C & C welcome!

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    Maybe can try to clone off the stand in #3

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    I find the background a bit too bright? I like #6.
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    Yeah, #6 was good. The dramatic lighting adds to the feel of the pic. The rest i feel were a good attempt but just doesn't really say anything.

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    i like #6 too . . . love the shadow that it cast . . .
    Shot more cos digital is FREE !!!

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    Nice man.
    Just a suggestion, you should try to change blue background.
    Toy color is background is blue, kind of clashing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    Maybe can try to clone off the stand in #3
    I tried to clone it off after ur suggestion, but i think i kinda suck at it coz i made the cloned off area looked a bit unnatural, gotta practise more on photoshop man...

    Quote Originally Posted by MRSAMO View Post
    I find the background a bit too bright? I like #6.
    somehow i kinda like it to look bright so i kinda like increase the exposure when processing, shall take note of it #6 is the only one i tried sth different to it and i quite like it too, thanks!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Nashaz View Post
    Yeah, #6 was good. The dramatic lighting adds to the feel of the pic. The rest i feel were a good attempt but just doesn't really say anything.
    thanks! i was only brave enough to try sth for #6, the rest were kinda like "play safe and be normal"

    Quote Originally Posted by weegk View Post
    i like #6 too . . . love the shadow that it cast . . .
    thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by commonjunks View Post
    Nice man.
    Just a suggestion, you should try to change blue background.
    Toy color is background is blue, kind of clashing.
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    i actually bought a few pieces of large sized papers with some slight patterns for background, and i used blue coz it's my fav colour i didnt really take note of it initially, thanks for pointing it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shuttercrab View Post
    somehow i kinda like it to look bright so i kinda like increase the exposure when processing, shall take note of it #6 is the only one i tried sth different to it and i quite like it too, thanks!!
    If you like it stick to that formula ;-)
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    nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRSAMO View Post
    If you like it stick to that formula ;-)
    yup perhaps i can try the same thing for my future toy shoots at home

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    nice
    thanks for viewing, great that u like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shuttercrab View Post
    Hi all, this is the first time I'm shooting a toy, trying to make it look like a product shoot. C & C welcome!

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    what did you used for the background? Wallpaper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sachokphantom View Post
    what did you used for the background? Wallpaper?
    it was quite a large piece of semi translucent paper that has some blue patterns, on top of a larger piece of mahjong paper, pasted it against the wall and let it sit on my mahjong table at home i also used another piece which has grey patterns on it.

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