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Camera for photographing miniatures.

Discussion in 'Tools of the Trade/Accessories' started by Banjer, Aug 3, 2021.

  1. yellowcat A Fixture

    I do not have any expensive camera and equipment. All my pictures in my reviews are taken with a Canon point and shoot camera set in auto mode and without flash. My son has a Nikon and a Fuji with all the expensive lens and equipment. He can use his cell phone remotely turn his camera shutter on without physically pressing on the camera shutter. He has taken couple of pictures for me. When compare with mine some of his pictures are slightly better but some of mine are better than his. I do not use a photo box or tent. I only shoot under natural daylight on a plain white, dark blue or black background and no tripod just with steady hands. Other colour background tends to overpower your main subject unless you are setting it in a diorama background.

    This is taken with my Canon under natural daylight.

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    Mirofsoft and Banjer like this.

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