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#Doll #Photography Tip #4 @ Perspective

What makes a doll look human-sized? That’s what I mean by “perspective” in this doll photography video. Whether you’re in a studio or outdoors, one of the best things you can do to make the doll seem larger is to get down on the ground and take photos from the doll’s eye-level (or even below the doll’s level). Another trick is to bring the doll … Continue reading #Doll #Photography Tip #4 @ Perspective's "Photographer" doll is seen posing for pictures in a magical forest landscape. Overlay offers the website, ""

Doll #Photography Tip #3: Photograph #Dolls You LOVE

As I started typing today’s blog post, it occurred to me that I’d chosen the “Photographer” doll–how ironic for a post about photgraphy! But she really is one of my favorite dolls to photograph. She has those adorable dimples and such a genuine smile! So even though Monday’s post was about the importance of choosing a highly articulated doll, another thing to consider is your … Continue reading Doll #Photography Tip #3: Photograph #Dolls You LOVE

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Doll #Photography Tip #2 @ Avoid #Doll Antennas

In my doll photo videos, you’ll notice that I mention my favorite photography book: Stunning Digital Photography, by Chelsea and Tony Northrup. Let me just say that Tony and Chelsea Northrup have been super helpful for me, as I attempt to master my DSLR Nikkon camera, and as I’ve slowly learned the skill of doll photography. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you, Tony and Chelsea! … Continue reading Doll #Photography Tip #2 @ Avoid #Doll Antennas