After writing my last post about quick tips for doll photography, I became inspired to try to take better doll photographs.
Actually, technically what happened is I became even more dissatisfied with the photographs I've been taking. Many of the shots I take don't come out, and even the ones that do show considerably less detail than I'd like — particularly on my smaller dolls.
I have a few other articles that I want to blog about, with tips on doll photography. I'll post those links in the next day or two. In the meantime, I am going to learn how to use the professional-grade camera that my brother-in-law (an amateur photographer) gave my husband this summer. It has manual settings and a zoom lens that screws onto the front of the camera — very nice for taking detailed close-ups!
I'll blog again when I have new photos to share!
Labels: doll photography