Easy Upgrade for your Mini’s Pictures

In my Magnus showcase, I mentioned dusting off the ol’ portable photo studio.  I didn’t go into much details then, saving that sweet content and review for now.

Truth of the matter is, I’ve had this thing for ages, I just never got around to using it.

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Fast forward a couple of weeks back, I’m struggling to take decent quality pictures of the Magnus diorama.  With the weird angles and large areas of the piece, it was a nightmare.

So I dug up the portable photo station from the storage of the store, and lo and behold, decent pictures!  Here is a side by side picture of roughly the same angle with and without the studio:

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Now believe me when I say decent pictures.

Photography is not something I really enjoy, so I don’t spend much time on it, or put much effort in learning how to step up my pic game.  This is why I enjoy the portable studio thing so much: it requires practically no effort and it increases the quality of pictures you can take.

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I mean , awesome display deserves awesome pictures!

LimoStudio 16″ x 16″ Table Top Photo Photography Studio Lighting Light Tent Kit in a Box, AGG349

I will probably upload a video soon enough about the exact contents and how I use the portable studio; in the meantime, here’s what I find quite useful:

  • Foldable, so you can keep it stowed away and it doesn’t use much space at all
  • Comes with a white and a black backdrop, so you can pick the one that looks best with your minis
  • If you have enough lighting, you can just use the box, no need to setup the extra lights

Like a lot of things on here, this portable doodad combines minimum effort for maximum results, and it makes it a hobby must have if you intend to show off your stuff on the internet.

Phrasing?

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