Ha - thanks, Jerry - yeah, I re-read what I wrote and made some edits above - I really like the build and some parts of it in particular - but, as I've built a few of these big dios, I should have been able to figure out how to take better pictures of of it!! or, how to set it up for better pics. There's a lot of work in there, and I think a lot of it is lost because I can't figure out how to realistically photograph it.....
I didn't/don't want to take hovering, low air pics that show the build, but from largely unrealistic vantage points. How's that for self imposed rule?? maybe not a very good idea, but it is part of the story of how I want my builds to be seen.....
Thanks for dropping by and taking a minute to comment -
Believe me I fully understand your position here. That is precisely the reason I started my lumbering attempts at painting backdrops. My old method of propping a picture book up behind a scene was not going to work for anything other than very small scenes. You can do a large backdrop with poster board and rattle cans. If I can do it then anyone can !