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what kind of camera should i need to be taking photos of my models?
my camera right now is 3.2 mega pixels and no matter what light, how far or what mode its in, i get blurry models, sure you can make out the paint schemes, but the details are destroyed with this.
what mega pixels/zooms/other features do you guys use?
I'd also like to point you at the 'shift' key for your capital letters. Now you've got punctuation sorted maybe they can be next?
Edit: here it is- http://www.librarium-online.com/foru...ad.php?t=89907
No more NG spearmen, thanks! Now I need some pump-wagons!
It's part of speaking. Besides, there's no reason for mis-spelling words- run your sig through a spellchecker.
If you think Mathammer doesn't work and dice cannot be predicted, there's a whole field of mathematics called probability that would like to disagree.
Forsooth, I provide a link to said article:
Not like I have it bookmarked or something (Thanks again t!)
You will need a "macro" function on the camera. This enables you to get really close without the resultant image appearing blurred. The blurriness is due to the model being inside the focal length of the lense, Macro decreases the focal length (I think) which stops the images being blurred. An alternative would be to remain at a "reasonable" distance and use the zoom function on the camera. At 3.2 Mega pixel there will be little loss of image quality, especially when displayed on the monitor.
Chances are the background is in focus? Is so then your auto-focus is focusing on the wrong object. Try shooting your figures against a plain background, like a sheet of plain coloured paper.
Like the folks above, I advise checking out -t's excellent article.