Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Scarlet knight, Dec 31, 2019.
I see you are a man of culture.
Some of the oft neglected 1988 cast...
This is my first G1 shot...I can say I'm shocked that this old guy holds up so well to this type of photography! Hope you guys like it!
How do you do this type of photography? It's amazing.
Since I don't have Fort Max:
"You can't defeat me, Metroplex, you ghost town!"
"I demand to differ. Regardless of how strong your armor is, you are made of matter and these antimatter cannons will annihilate you."
"Grrr! I'll be back! You haven't seen the last of Scorponok!"
"Sorry, Prime. The ship was... full!"
This probably will end badly for one of them.
A High-Speed Pursuit!
Go to Part 15
I SHOOT for a living
_D3_6877.jpg by Mike Halper, on Flickr
"At least we've got each other!"
Thank you! I appreciate it.
It's a mixture of a little planning making sure the perspective matches on all parts of the picture. That way when it's combined, the Robot looks like it is in the same perspective plane as the shot. Then it's a matter of making sure the lighting and shadows are also matching the background shot...and then of course it all has to be combined in Photoshop. Once there, you can tweak things here or there...but if most of it hasn't been planned right, you won't get it to look real....but if you plan it out right, then it's amazing that most of the little mistakes don't get noticed by the eye.
Oh...and a great lens helps but it's not required.
Really wished that Wheeljack's colors were as vibrant as Exhaust.
Also just noticed that Exhaust has his name on his spoiler.
I've wanted to differentiate Exhaust from Wheeljack in robot mode, so I've used Exhaust's weapon as a wrist launcher instead of a shoulder launcher. Have also played around with the position of his spoiler wings, either straight up or diagonally inward.
for some reason i'm really into how cool these two look together...
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