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Figure Shoot Tutorial 3

A tutorial request from ~Konata-Fuko

Well, this is just a basics tutorial but I hope this helps :iconsweatplz:

Figure 101!:[link]
Tutorial #1: [link]
Tutorial #2: [link]
Extra: [link]
Retouching Photo: [link]

If you have any questions, feedback, or critiques, just comment here :la:

Photos example for this tutorial:
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Ilionej's avatar
:star::star::star::star::star-half: Overall
:star::star::star::star::star: Vision
:star::star::star::star::star-half: Originality
:star::star::star::star::star: Technique
:star::star::star::star::star: Impact

First I would like to thank you for making this tutorial. Now I think I finally understood the information the teachers in the photography lessons wanted to give us.

This tutorial gives great visible examples how easy changing small settings on a camera as well as background can turn a "lame no-go average"-photo into a perfect, professional composition with amazing focus and details.

There is a nice number of comparisons and easily understandable instructions to them, wonderful for both, beginners and advanced photgraphers that might have missed something.

The tutorial is neatly arranged as well, giving all information needed without having to read tons of pages in a manual or having to take expansive photography lessons.

Definitely something to share among other photographers!
GamerFromHell's avatar
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Overall
:star::star::star::star::star-half: Vision
:star::star::star::star-half::star-empty: Originality
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Technique
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Impact

This is =nikicorny, many ppl said dA won't let them critiques my deviations so I'm just testing it in my old ID LOL.

I think the instructions and photo are quite clear as comparisons for the camera settings, and quite easy to understand too (I hope). As for originality, I'm sure many people out there have made this kind of tutorial as well <img class="avatar" src="…" alt=":iconsweatplz:" title="sweatplz"/>, and this is just basic technique of 'getting to know your camera'? So this may be helpful for beginners, but not for pro <img src="…" width="15" height="15" alt=":lol:" title="LOL"/>

Well, hopefully this tutorial still helps many deviants out there anyway <img src="…" width="15" height="15" alt=":D" title=":D (Big Grin)"/>

The critiques are working just fine btw LOL
GingerMoose's avatar
...ugh, my camera doesn't have half these options :P
payuki's avatar
Thanks, will try zoom burst
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Echizen-Momoko's avatar
I so need to try this out right now!! >o<
KaChieek's avatar
All of your figure shooting tutorials are awesome! I just have one question. What camera do you use? <3
ANDREXITO's avatar
thank you so much
you`re really helpful
Dopaprime's avatar
Niki, sooner or later you're gonna be a pro. So proud of you :'D
nikicorny's avatar
aww thanks again Ryuuka :''D
means a lot when it came from a pro like you wwwww :love:
lycans's avatar
ngebantu banget
MileniaKitsuvee's avatar
You have very useful tutorials and you explained this better than a teacher who was trying to explain it to us. XD Now I just need the camera.
nikicorny's avatar
glad this could help :XD:
MileniaKitsuvee's avatar
I will! n.n I'm going to use it for when I take future pics of my sculptures.
Titafy-kurosaki's avatar
Hey what camera do u have?Just to know:iconretardthinkingplz:
nikicorny's avatar
I use Nikon D90 :D
scribleofbaja's avatar
Many thanks for this visual example. This works for most anything that is in front of the lens. To be honest, I never thought about zooming while taking the shot - wow! What an eye-opener that was TYVM :D
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NihonOtaku4eva's avatar
Super useful! AGAIN! XD
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NihonOtaku4eva's avatar
Lol I'm spamming your messages... :icontrollfaceplz:

XD No prob~!
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