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Old 06-09-2011, 02:08
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I want to get the best possible pics of what I make, but I have a really hard time taking pics of pony streamers, and wondered what you all would suggest?

I have some stuff I could try using as props, like milk glass vases. I just wish I had a proper camera! I want to do something that can show the streamers too.
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i don't know about product shots... but they are hard to take photos of if you ask me.... these are three shots i took of a little girl wearing one...... not the best, but they're not easy to work with





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i think they might look neat against some type of wood... like a porch, deck, porch swing, fence, something like that maybe?
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I had lots of profile pictures!
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Those are all cute pictures! I will have to try to wrangle dd to sit still long enough to photograph.
They are really hard to do, but at least on a profile shot you get a better idea what they will look like than what I was able to get. Thanks ladies.
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When I've wanted pics of pony streamers I've made for Christine, I photograph her from the back
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I would suggest doing something like this. http://katybugbows.com/category_38/N...bon-Pony-O.htm

You need a girl with really long hair so when it's pulled to the front you can see the streamers. Try the different model placement services - Ellie Bean, Little Diamond Models, Sweet Grace Models... I'm sure you'll find some girls with long hair.
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I have my daughter sit on the floor and put her hands out back behind her and then lean back a bit and look over her shoulder away from the camera. I shoot from slightly above and behind her. I'm on my phone right now so I can't post a pic. But if that doesn't explain it well enough I'll edit later from my computer and add one.

For product pics I lay one out and fold over some of the ribbons to show some "movement".
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Old 06-12-2011, 09:15
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Thanks, I think I know what you mean. I will try out the techniques I've seen here, I just wish I had a better setup. My goal for now is to at least have pics so people can see what I can do, the polish will come with time, I'm sure!
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