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"Get the Manager!" . When Nannan loses one of his creatures... . Originally, this was a step into Alex Eylar style lighting, but my camera didn't like the darkness with a few spots of light and they didn't turn out...so I got my lamp and took pictures like I know how to make it a MOC. Nevertheless, this is still an experiment all around. Most pictures you will see have NOT been tampered with in Photoshop lighting-wise, because if I do what I normally do they turn out blue. (Like this one and the main pic) Feel free to tell me your opinion on the blueish pictures. In this picture you can see the majority of my Shannon Young style interior with a Keith Goldman dose of grills and plenty of Mark Kelso's favorite SHIP ingredient: Smooth Tiles. If only it was as detailed as those examples... In the grid pictures you can find the picture above in blueish light, and a few other shots of random assortment. Kinda like those boxes of chocolate that you can find everywhere some time in February. --------------------------------------- And now, three pictures of my failed(?) attempts to match Alex's work. 1. This would have been my main picture... 2. Good shot of the monster in focus... 3. And another random picture. How'd I do? Remember it was an experiment, it was an experiment... My set-up when I was taking the bright pictures... My set-up when I was taking the dark pictures... Here's proof that my camera CAN take good pictures! =) So, that was my first posted experiment on the pages. It's not much - and the only good picture is the main pic - but it was fun doing it. Thanks for looking!


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