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I started this bash thinkin rangers but I saw a pic of soldiers w/ marines so i wanted to put one in. I'm not done n need a few more things but lmk wut u think so far....:nerd
 

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Nice poses, you get a really good sense of the action.
Which company's cammies are the Army guys wearing? PTE on the AA guy and SS on the standing guy? They look really similar, but different?

Anyway, good work, keep it up SD
 

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Good start, but you still need plenty of kit-up to make em' epic. Practice to steady your shots and use Macro (flower icon on most digital camera) if your camera has em'. My early 1/6 photos when I first join OSW looks very much like yours. You'll get better after a few dozen shots.
 

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Good start, but you still need plenty of kit-up to make em' epic. Practice to steady your shots and use Macro (flower icon on most digital camera) if your camera has em'. My early 1/6 photos when I first join OSW looks very much like yours. You'll get better after a few dozen shots.
I agree. It looks that based on the shadows, that you are not using a flash, so a tripod can help, and at most electronic stores, you can get a small one so you are eye view with the figures. Most cameras as Hangmen stated have a macro mode. THis allows you to get closer to the subject. Check your owners manual. All camera have a minimum focus distance - usually 3-4 feet away. If you get close than that minimum focus distance - that's when you need to switch to macro mode.

Those two tips should help get rid of blurry pictures.

Nice figures you put together. Your posing and composition is good!
 
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