|in this picture the distance from the table edge to the backdrop is about 2ft|
For me something that can take for the images when I'm doing AAR's & the likes is the shots that take in things that are off the gaming table & while playing a game these things are unavoidable for the most part if I'm just doing set ups for taking picture's of models or doing a report where there is no game taking place, then it's is very avoidable & is something I want to start doing.
|the kitchen as a backdrop doesn't seem to work very well imo|
Now I'm sure I've told you guys that I'm moving my hobby space ? & I'm hoping to be set up in about 5-6 weeks from now, well why not just wait until then to try out doing backdrops Frank you say ?
Good question & here's the answer, as you know I got a new camera for xmas so still trying to get use to that, plus the whole backdrop thing is new to me so I need to learn the best way to do it, it's not as simple as sticking a picture at the end of the table as the crap picture's is this post shows.
|I've gone in closer to the models letting the backdrop go a bit blurry|
|Closer still with the backdrop faded down, I think this works well enough for some shots|
|this is another one I'm happy enough with|
|the table here is only about 8" from the backdrop|
|while you can still see the top of the rad cover this picture is one I could live with|
|finding backdrops can be a pain but in the end the petshop came to my rescue, sadly they only had about 4ft of this one left but as the stuff is cheap it was worth getting even if just for practice, my thanks to Adele & the zombies for taking part|
I did learn a few things from all of this however so all is not bad, but I have a long road ahead for me I think, no pain no gain as they say, anyway that's it for this time as always my thanks for dropping in & if you care to make a comment it would be most welcome, even more so if you can give me any advice on the use of backdrops.