AOS- (16 days ago) #12567117The diffusion looks great on the skin, but perhaps this is where considering the color temperature may be the next step to perfecting the photo. I imagined either going more bluish or more red on the highlights would emphasize the character's attitude or liveliness (respectively).
Yeah. Still have so much to learn. Hopefully, we'll be better and better every time we shoot with our camera ;-)
Did you take some new awesome photos? :D
thank you, Honestly, i do not pay much attention on that, i just describe the set up for you. plus, I use lightroom, to make the background more black and make the figure look brighter :3 AOS- (21 days ago) #12332672Jesus. You do a great job on the lighting with your photos.
AOS- (1 month ago) #10850268
Same piece of legal-size matte paper to photograph all them Hot Wheels I have, but this time I didn't curve up the back to get an all-white backdrop. Brought the car closer, increased depth of field, kept the lighting as focused in the front to avoid lighting up the back.
Very nice ;-) It's looks great!
AOS- (2 months ago) #9778866jesus dude, i get notifications of new photos of certain figures and here i find out it was you again.
i need to start doing what you're doing with my model cars.
Hi again ;-) Just try it! It's very easy - Did you get yourself a black background?
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