15 April 2013

Figma Nyaruko



"If you'd like I can take my true form... but you'll lose some sanity points?"
From the anime 'Haiyore! Nyaruko-san' comes a figma of Nyaruko herself!

- Good Smile Company

Welcome to another Anime Figure feature article by Project JeForceX!
In this feature article, we will be taking a look at Figma Nyaruko by Good Smile Company x Max Factory.



The Close-up Look



Here be the front view of Figma Nyaruko with the default smiley wink face.

Ever since the last time I wrote an Anime Figure feature article on Figma Akemi Homura, I have made a humongous amount of changes to the method of doing Anime Figure Photography and post-processing the photographs.




Here be the (right) side view of Figma Nyaruko.

For this Anime Figure Photoshoot, I have decided to invest in a little bit more time and energy to setup a tripod and mount my camera for long exposure with low-light sensitivity shots.




Here be the back view of Figma Nyaruko.

Using low-light sensitivity settings on your camera increases the image quality of your shots but also increases the risk of blurry images due to the natural shakes of our human body which is known as 'motion blur'.




Here be the (left) side of Figma Nyaruko.

The tripod is a very helpful equipment for Anime Figure Photography as it helps keep the camera still.




Here be a low-angle shot of Figma Nyaruko with Evil Grin Face.

Setting up a tripod, mounting your camera, and aligning your shots require a considerable amount of time and effort but the trouble is worth more than capturing blurry images and being unable to understand why it happened.




Here be Figma Nyaruko with Martial Arts Face.

If you find yourself being too poor to afford a DSLR tripod, you can try using some other alternatives such resting your camera on the ledge of another chair, table, or furniture.




Anime Figure Photography in Review



Photography Equipment(s)
  • Canon EOS 600D
  • Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II
  • Canon DSLR Tripod

Photography Environment
  • Study Room
  • Study Desk
  • Energy-Saving Fluorescent Lamp




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