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Punkin' Headed Bugbear (030047, Bones USA version of 04044)


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On 10/21/2021 at 7:26 AM, Peithetairos said:

Looks good, but try to take a picture without flash. All the lovely detailing is washed out.

Thank you for the compliment!  I tried, but the focus wasn't great, to be honest, so I went with the above pictures.  Here's what it looked like, any suggestions would be very welcome - I have yet to really photograph my minis well.  I have a reaper light box and a camera with a tripod.



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What camera do you have? It seems the miniature is out of focus  and overexposed. The tripod should give you great stability and depending on the camera you can play with F-stops and exposure. 


I wrote an article on my blog covering the basics of miniature photography, maybe it will come in handy.


Shutterbug - How tot ake scneic photographs of miniatures

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