MODEL PHOTOGRAPHY GUIDE HERE SOON!

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  1. Airframes

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    Just letting you know, for those that suggested it, that the guide to photographing models is well advanced, and should be completed very soon.
    Before I start on the nitty gritty, although I hope I will have covered everything relevant, is there anything specific that any of you would like to be included?
    Just let me know, and I'll put it in, if possible.
    Terry.
     
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    Plastic models of airplanes, or the other models?
     
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    Sorry to dissapoint you Eric, it's the moel aircraft!! Of course, I could maybe......
     
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    Maybe you could sneak some models in that hold the models.... :lol:
     
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    Or model aircraft to hold the models?
     
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    I like him, he's a thinkin' man.

    Nothing I can think of from me... I'm not too bad with a camera - although you wouldn't think it looking at some of my photos! :lol:
     
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    I had to ask. ;) There is a display case full of models at the CAF in Camarillo. I have been meaning to get some shots of them one of these days. This might be a good opp for me to try some of the techniques.
     
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    looking forward to it terry!
     
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    Bring it on Terry!
     
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    OK guys, thanks. With a bit of luck, it should be ready in about a week.
    Eric, I doubt I'd need to show you any techniques! The guide is mainly to do with getting the right set-up, lighting, distance and depth of field and so on; plus, of course the basics, so that people know what I'm on about!!
     
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