Yesterday my boys were hiding toy soldiers in the lawn and I had to find them with my view finder. Under the moto; We just give you ideas, what you can take pictures of.
The boys were setting up the scenery and my little girl pushed the remote release… team work indeed.
Little soldiers are great for taking pictures, unfortunately the tank wasn’t really looking good and some soldiers are just not good models. Still who I am to doubt my kids, after all, I’ve got some good pics out.
Who doesn’t want to have a dragon and for the girls under us, a muskular manly Orc with the expression; Don’t mess with what I love! like that:
Beautiful details here in a macro shot of a clay figurine
Dragon and Orc having a chat
Figurine are great subjects to photograph, put them in the garden, in front of a background of your choice, everything that inspires you. Look through the view finder and see what is really there. The world looks different through the camera.
be careful, it might be real
Priority on Aperature gives only some details focused, if you want to have the whole dragon in focus, change your settings!
Orc close up
This figurine has stunning features, I do love that little guy!
I am impressed how good the details are being captured since the real size of the figure is about 4-5″. All in all I had a lot of fun setting these little fellows up and taking many shots with different settings. Try something out and share it here!