If you have some knitted guys you’d like to enter but you’re feeling stumped about the photography, it’s really simple to take a good photo!
It always helps to use indirect natural light, and set your camera on a tripod or something else (like a stack of books) to keep it steady and prevent blurriness. If you’re shooting something tiny, you might want to use the macro setting that’s on many cameras. (It usually looks like a tulip icon.)
I also think it’s helpful to make up a story in your head about what your mochis are doing, so that they can take on a life of their own in your photo. Show them doing something, and not just posing! And don’t be discouraged if your photos don’t look professional—we’re looking for fun and originality more than something that would hang in a gallery.
This entry was posted by Anna on November 30, 2012 at 11:08 am, and is filed under Mochimochi Photo Contest. Follow any responses to this post through RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.