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Looking for some advice on taking better work bench pictures, so tell me, what does this picture need?  Yeah I know ,ALOT!!

Thanks

 

D2M

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Biggest thing is more light and at a lower angle, especially in the front.

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I prop up a piece of white poster board behind the subject.  Helps the camera to focus and hides all the clutter in the background.

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9 hours ago, Warren D said:

Biggest thing is more light

Yes, you need more light for sure. Your image also has a "cool" blue tint to it, which can be adjusted, depending upon...

What are you taking the pictures with for starters?

5 hours ago, afx said:

I prop up a piece of white poster board behind the subject.  Helps the camera to focus and hides all the clutter in the background.

^This. Two sheets of 11'x18" paper or posterboard work wonders to focus on the model.

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I really like the progress you're making on the truck and l like seeing lots of Chrome and or polished aluminum on Rusty/weathered rides. It's a trend that caught on during the "Ratrod" phase and still remains popular. 

I started building this kit and desided I wanted the top chopped but unfortunately I made the cuts in the wrong place which has stalled the project. I set up a totally white back ground for my pics (picture for attention) but any progress pics work, I enjoy seeing them. "Keep Hammering Away" Thanks 

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OK, so I added some light to my work area, sure does make a difference in what the camera see!! I agree on the plain background for completed model pics, but I like the "in the shop look" for WIP's. Thanks for the help.

 

Robert

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