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My photo entries for a contest last year.

My photo entries for a contest last year.
11 Feb 2012 06:29:06

Well last year Bluefin Tamashii Nations USA held a DEC 2011 Photo contest; sadly I did not win.

I was hoping the Bluefin Tamashii folks would at least tell us they were judging by categories or if photo-shopping was allowed or not. Nonetheless, I just wanted to share what I entered into the contest...








Also we could only take photos of just Tamashii nation products, so I could not throw in a figma into the photo like the one below. :[


Well this has been a rather short blog, but thank you for viewing it.
[Also is anyone excited for that Figma Saber Bride version? And if you have any opinions or thoughts on your mind feel free to reply~]
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rupanRinsan
rupanRinsan (Estonia)
11 Feb 2012, 18:51:26
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The last two are brilliant. It's sad that you haven't won :(
Я так чувствую, что если попаду в ад, то Сатана назначит общение со мной в качестве пытки.
Viridia
Viridia (USA)
11 Feb 2012, 23:21:01
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Many thanks!
norfolk_s3d
norfolk_s3d (Russia)
11 Feb 2012, 20:19:41
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>throw in a figma into the photo like the one below. :[
Kuroneko can improve any shot with her presence I think
Viridia
Viridia (USA)
11 Feb 2012, 23:20:04
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I 100% agree with you.
mu597
mu597 (USA)
12 Feb 2012, 00:06:41
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(Whoops I didn't mean for this to be a reply here)
Did you really not use photoshop on the third picture? I cant figure out how you could have done that!

I really like that new saber as well, so much so that I ordered her without thinking about it. (I have way too many items on order for March.)
Viridia
Viridia (USA)
12 Feb 2012, 03:19:12
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It's pretty funny how we are at a age where we assume photoshop; photoshooped pics would have their exif data record that the photo has been modified. To be fair I actually used one of the oldest methods of developing special effects: wire.

[You might have to click on the actual picture to get a better look at it]

Take a real close look at the circled portion; with the right amount of light, certain backdrop colors, and angle can produce such effects. (I could not have done this with my usual backdrop. D:) This photo was basically similar to the one I submitted but didn't get the angle perfectly hence the wire is visible (it's very faint but there).
mu597
mu597 (USA)
12 Feb 2012, 15:29:59
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Ah a string! I guess it was fairly obvious. (How else could you easily do something like this?)

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