Last time we focused on general advice if it comes down to taking scenic photos of your treasured miniatures. We covered the choice of camera, lighting, backgrounds, scene composition and photo editing. If you did not read part one of this tutorial I suggest to go back and have a look, as this part will be based on this general information.
We look at the initial idea, finding the right props for the job, setting the scene to bring the idea to life, framing the scene and finally photo editing. The last point will also include some falling snow effects.
Continue reading Männer allein im Wald – How to take scenic photographs of miniatures part II
I hope that you all had a wonderful Christmas Day, with good food, good company and maybe even some nice lead under the Christmas tree.
I also hope you did the right thing and kept shopping to a minimum on Boxing Day and just relaxed. We all know how stressful the rest of the year can be, so it is a good time to sit down with a good book or do some light modelling or painting work.
I would also like to thank all my followers and readers for an exciting first year of the DaggerAndBrush blog. Thank you for taking the time to read posts, thank you for your comments and thank you for following my fledgling blog in the first place. I really hope you found and continue to find some inspiration here and can work some of it into your own projects, making your wargaming experience just a little bit better.
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