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    How do you take your marker photos?

    I have a pretty nice collection, I think. Unfortunately, I cannot seem to ever capture it in photo. I have an iPhone 8, which I've seen take beautiful pictures. I don't need a light box and DSLR, but I want something that, at the very least, doesn't look like it was taken on a RAZR.

    I've tried in the sun, in the shade, with a light focused on it, with no light at all, flash and no flash. Light background and dark background. I don't have a marker stand, so it will be laying down, unless someone has a trick there too.

    What is the perfect scenario for a decent quality picture using a cell phone?

    #2
    Originally posted by Riot View Post
    I have a pretty nice collection, I think. Unfortunately, I cannot seem to ever capture it in photo. I have an iPhone 8, which I've seen take beautiful pictures. I don't need a light box and DSLR, but I want something that, at the very least, doesn't look like it was taken on a RAZR.

    I've tried in the sun, in the shade, with a light focused on it, with no light at all, flash and no flash. Light background and dark background. I don't have a marker stand, so it will be laying down, unless someone has a trick there too.

    What is the perfect scenario for a decent quality picture using a cell phone?
    i use lightroom and have preset made up for each corner of my photo here example https://flic.kr/p/2inZZoU thought you meant water mark
    Last edited by chrislognshot; 07-13-2020, 05:06 PM.

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      #3
      I know you said you don't need a lightbox and whatnot, but some form of light diffusion can work wonders. Bright light, diffused through a screen, can make a big difference. I just use some white project cloth I grabbed at Walmart, with a paperboard backing. I could use even more light really. These are taken with my IPhone 11 Pro, no editing. You can see the white balance isn't great on the first one.



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        #4
        It depends on what you are taking pictures of. Some gloss pieces are harder because they reflect or have glare. If I'm inside I use my night mode on my Android where it does low light and I don't need a flash. When I'm outside, I try to use a shaded area to reduce glare as well. I have a good spot out by my shed where I keep some of the equipment and it has always done pretty well.

        Here's indoors and outdoors with different markers. I am no photographer but I play around with the light to reduce glare as much as possible. On the gloss mini it is hard to do so a little share helped.

        Night mode I just took inside:


        Shaded area:


        This new shocker is hard to get a great shot of. It is so much more beautiful in person than any picture I can get. You can see the difference indoors and out.



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          #5
          Poorly. Using my phone. On the kitchen floor. Using the linoleum grid to plus or minus align the marker. Lol.
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            #6
            now? outside on a cloudy day on top of a big sheet of white paper

            then i send it through Photoshop to remove the color cast and



            it does a weird thing with adding a blue-ish cast to the shadow, but i kinda dig the effect

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              #7
              Originally posted by DavidBoren View Post
              Poorly. Using my phone. On the kitchen floor. Using the linoleum grid to plus or minus align the marker. Lol.
              go on facebook or youtube you find people that taken photo of markers with phones and give you tips

              here one with camera not phone
              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPFkED9qfvA

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                #8
                Click image for larger version  Name:	image_773.jpg Views:	3 Size:	238.3 KB ID:	3158 White background, lights on, bong to prop up the barrel. Dont really matter to me pic quality now since i have to shrink my photos to fit within the 2mb size limit. (I swear my photos are like all over 4mb idk why)? Sometimes shadows are annoying but thats just something you have to figure out.

                Dont eggs on cockers just look ridiculous lol

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                  #9
                  Thanks for the tips. I took some okay pictures... going to post now.

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                    #10
                    [QUOTE=Cyberpyr8;n3124]It depends on what you are taking pictures of. Some gloss pieces are harder because they reflect or have glare. If I'm inside I use my night mode on my Android where it does low light and I don't need a flash. When I'm outside, I try to use a shaded area to reduce glare as well. I have a good spot out by my shed where I keep some of the equipment and it has always done pretty well.

                    Here's indoors and outdoors with different markers. I am no photographer but I play around with the light to reduce glare as much as possible. On the gloss mini it is hard to do so a little share helped.

                    This new shocker is hard to get a great shot of. It is so much more beautiful in person than any picture I can get. You can see the difference indoors and out.



                    I have this same XLS and pictures cannot do the coloring any justice. Definitely a hard one to photograph. Indoor version looks the best.
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                      #11
                      Yeah. Even the pictures punisher posted didn't look great. It's hard to capture it.
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                      Markers: PE Emek w/FLE | Punisher XLS #19 | Proto Rize Maxxed | Classic Automag | Gog eNMy | 2011 G6R
                      Gear: 16" Sly Barrel Kit | [2] 48/4500 Tanks | Splash and Black/Gray CTRL Hoppers
                      Clothing: CRBN X Push Masks | Exalt Bounce Cap | Push/CK/Hype Headbands | Carbon SC Shirt
                      | CK 2021 REMUS Pants (Winter) | CK Halen Joggers (Summer) | Salomon XA Pro 3D Shoes | Exalt Death Grip Gloves | Jerseys Clinic 2021 HyperLight Jersey | HK Eject Fire Pod Pack
                      Extra Weight: Akaso V50 Pro SE Camera and Case | HK Mask Mounts | PE Rolling Bag | HK 68/4500 Ultralight tank | Guru Gun Stands | Mad Fuego Barrel Socks | Husky 37in. Rolling Box
                      Home Field: Hoppers, Savannah GA

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