>>7341805> just lacks a bit in scenery. Would be great to see some of your toys interacting with each other in some form or another.
Yeah. That's a problem I have. I like to do photos in public areas but I'm also very anal about my figures getting damaged or loosing pieces so I'll take at most two figures with me but will only shoot them one at a time.
When I used to have a space to shoot at home, I would do more sets and that would allow my figures more interaction with one another.
I was gonna post a much older photo that kind of illustrates that, but image limit has been reached on this thread.>Your shot looks amazing from a technical standpoint
But thank you.
And glad I could give as well as get some actual constructive feed back.>>7341808
I also disagree with him. Sometimes taking shots in front of a monitor can turn out poorly, but that photo is not one of those times.