Those pictures are so nice I would like to know how you took them. We can all learn from your skills.
Thanks for the kind comments. After years of disappointing results, I finally gave in and bought a full frame Canon EOS-R used on E-bay, a book on lighting, and read a bunch of articles on the Digital Photography Forum. The rest has been trial and error, but seems I graduated from the third grade of photo school.Those pictures are so nice I would like to know how you took them. We can all learn from your skills.
Very Nice. I'll call you when I need help!Great photos!
Even though I have a lightbox at work for photographing inventory (non-firearm related), I struggle with getting accurate depth of color and contrast on firearms - I'm using a somewhat budget Canon DSLR and just can't seem to dial it in, even when manually setting white balance. If I manage to get close, then the focus is off or something isn't "right"
In keeping with the spirit of this thread, here's a '44 Remington Rand I photographed for my cousin (CMP round 1).
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