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how to photograph your figures 17 Oct 2010 22:17 #1

Dear all,

 This is an article I was thinking of doing for quite sometime now.

Is a simple explanation on how to make great pictures of our models, without any special or (too) expensive asset.

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Re: how to photograph your figures 17 Oct 2010 23:02 #2

Lots of info to work with here G, and great timing. I know Mike, Chris and I have been talking about photo booths and lighting a lot lately. Thanks for this, it'll come in handy!
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Re: how to photograph your figures 17 Oct 2010 23:26 #3

moon puppy wrote:
Lots of info to work with here G, and great timing. I know Mike, Chris and I have been talking about photo booths and lighting a lot lately. Thanks for this, it'll come in handy!

Hi bob,

First of all I need to tHank you for your support and help for publishing the article.

I'm glad you like it and I hope will be of help.

Ciao

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Re: how to photograph your figures 18 Oct 2010 01:27 #4

I get a "404 - Article #392 not found" page error when trying to open the above link... :idonno
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Re: how to photograph your figures 18 Oct 2010 03:27 #5

Excellent article Giovanni. I'm not going to be able to most of this for our painting, but when I get on my feet again my wife and I think we'll make a photo area in our spare room for my models and her jewelry. Thanks again for an awesome tutorial. :thumbsup :thumbsup
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Re: how to photograph your figures 18 Oct 2010 03:29 #6

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I get a "404 - Article #392 not found" page error when trying to open the above link... :idonno

I think we had server issues Rudi. It should work fine now.
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Re: how to photograph your figures 18 Oct 2010 03:41 #7

jknaus wrote:
Rudi Richardson wrote:
I get a "404 - Article #392 not found" page error when trying to open the above link... :idonno

I think we had server issues Rudi. It should work fine now.
James

I'm getting the same thing.
This has happened before. :idonno
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Re: how to photograph your figures 18 Oct 2010 08:29 #8

jknaus wrote:
Excellent article Giovanni. I'm not going to be able to most of this for our painting, but when I get on my feet again my wife and I think we'll make a photo area in our spare room for my models and her jewelry. Thanks again for an awesome tutorial. :thumbsup :thumbsup
James

Hi James,

I'm happy you appreciate this tips and I hope, you can at least practice a bit with the white balance so w can make our painting more interactive and I can help you more.

Ciao

Giovanni
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Re: how to photograph your figures 18 Oct 2010 08:50 #9

jknaus wrote:
Rudi Richardson wrote:
I get a "404 - Article #392 not found" page error when trying to open the above link... :idonno

I think we had server issues Rudi. It should work fine now.
James

Nope, nada. Seeing as how only admins have responded to having read the article I'm guessing that this is permissions related, and that the article hasn't been given public access yet. :idonno
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Re: how to photograph your figures 18 Oct 2010 09:03 #10

Try now, should work.
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Re: how to photograph your figures 18 Oct 2010 10:45 #11

gioazz wrote:
Try now, should work.

Ah, yes...SUCCESS!!!
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Re: how to photograph your figures 18 Oct 2010 10:59 #12

Yeah, in this age of digital photography, you can get away with a lot of things.

This method of "Product Photography" will work just fine for this purpose.
But if I may, let me suggest the addition of one more light, illuminating the subject from behind.
This is what we call a "rim" light and will give separation from the background.

But this is very cool.
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