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~ A Quick Marvel ~

Quick shots with no fuzz for the coming GIANT! More to come of this planet eater!

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  1. Posted October 15, 2010 at 4:00 pm | #

    Do you have some sort of degree in photography? I’d trying to get started but since I’m not an action figures collector (nor do I know any), I’m limited in that aspect.

    But I do wonder what ‘tools’ you use to pull off some backgrounds. Like the last picture here, for instance.

  2. Posted October 16, 2010 at 5:25 pm | #

    I don’t have a degree in photography (I’m a graphic designer major), it’s just a hobby of mine that I’ve been into for years now.

    For a plain background such as the photos in this post, I just use a plain white paper. On the other elaborate shots, I print the background on a matte paper. I’ve seen other people use their monitor as a digital background but I haven’t tried that one.

  3. Posted December 5, 2011 at 3:11 am | #

    great tip. how do you prop the figs up? Any stands or rigging that you use? Or is it mainly done in postproduction?

  4. Posted December 17, 2011 at 8:03 pm | #

    Thanks BlackLantern! Sorry for the late response. It depends on how I’m going to position the scene and how it’s going to get cropped. Most of the time when I shoot the figures that are in the center of the layout, they are hanging on a fish wire so it’s easier to erase post-production. MU Sentry is an example where I used a solid clamped stand where he is being held via his cape so there’s no need to do any post production correction, the beauty of cropping. ^_^

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