Friday, 17 July 2015
This was going to be a post about taking pictures, and how to up you game, but my game is so good that even when trying to show the problems I failed to produce pictures that were significantly lacking in depth of field. As a result I went off and had another go and producing the images I needed and found I had written the basics for a short article. I talked to Henry Hyde and he said go for it, so rather than appearing here my article on upping one's photographic game will be sent to Miniature Wargames & Battlegames magazine.
So what you see here instead are some nice portrait shots of my Bad Dog CASE-2X mecha on a piece of my terrain. And the first close-up is of Lt Tachikoma's CASE-2XC.
And below is the close-up is of LCpl Kowalski's CASE-2X.
Before I finish I just want to show you all a side-by-side comparison of two shots. The one on the left is a single frame, and the one on the right is made from a stack of images. One can just about tell the difference in the quality between the two methods of taking a picture. You'll all have to trust me when I say the image on the right is sharper.
This really is a case of one can't see the difference unless one is looking at the hi-res images on one's monitor, and know what you're looking at, because I'm reaching the pixel resolution of my screen.