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How To: Create clean white backgrounds for MOC images

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I made a How To for those of you who want clean white backgrounds when showing off your MOC(s). Here is an example of what the tutorial will show you what to do:

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This method will cost under $5, if even, to do. The only purchase you need to make are some white poster boards or a giant white cloth (I personally purchased my two poster boards at a Dollar store). Results will vary based on your camera and your lighting.

 

Without further ado, here is the tutorial to making some clean MOC images!

 

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Great tutorial, DarkRaven. Just wondering - does adjusting the levels mess with shadows that the MOC casts (like in the image you posted)?

It depends really. Levels and Curves mainly adjust the contrast and to a degree, the coloring of your image. In my case with the image I posted, I had two desk lamps pointed at an angle on the MOC to give the shadow the look that was already there to begin with. Photoshop lightened the shadow a bit to blend in better, but it didn't mess with it dramatically.

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