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Posted by Taipu1 , Oct 23 2009 · 35 views

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Just a quick request to any good MOCers/Photographers out there. Everytime I put pictures up on BZPower, the quality of the pictures isn't the best it could be. Just wandering if anyone might have any advice to help me. This is my majhost folder of MOCs, if examples are needed. some of the pictures there are quite good, but a lot of them aren't.

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I think two things that could instantly improve your photos are:

1) It appears that when you're taking the photo, you're using flash. Try taking your photos of your MOCs and use the natural light (ie, from a window, the light in the room, etc.). Sometimes when I've photographed things, I've brought in lamps from around the house and set them up so I would get more light or be able to light from a certain angle for whatever it is that I'm taking photos of.

2) In a few of the pictures, you've put a yellow tub as the background, and in some, you just have whatever is in the background. Instead, try putting down a solid colour sheet, pillow case, etc that you can drape over something (such as the tub) and then pull out toward the camera. If you then frame the camera so that you can't see the edges of the fabric, it will look quite nice.

Hope this helps! smile.gif

-Nukaya
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