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Regular Dakkanaut

Here is my first foray into painting Chaos starting with an Emperor's Child. This one is to become the basis for the rest of my noise marines. My question is is there a way to get close photos with proper light saturation. The last 2 of these six are.taken from farther away but.you can awww the true colors while the first 4 are from close up and look washed out. I am using a light box and an android HTC phone as a.camera. any advice on the color scheme or the.photos is greatly appreciated.
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Plaguelord Titan Princeps of Nurgle

Portsmouth UK

Main suggestion - use a proper camera.
the lens on a phone is tiny & it doesn't matter how many megapixels it is, your never going to get great pictures.
Also a tripod is invaluble.

Check out my gallery here
Also I've started taking photos to use as reference for weathering which can be found here. Please send me your photos so they can be found all in one place!! 
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