Photography and illustration talk, Part 2: Taking good photographs

February 8, 2014

Illustration talk slide 9

Illustration talk slide 10

Illustration talk slide 11

Illustration talk slide 12

That link in the first slide will take you here, and the rest of the series is here.

2 Responses to “Photography and illustration talk, Part 2: Taking good photographs”

  1. Andy Farke Says:

    Biggest rookie mistake I made–only taking photos in orthogonal views (dorsal/medial/lateral/ventral), as if for publication. They are nice for future pubs, but often some oblique views are more informative to convey aspects of morphology. So, I would advise to take those nicely centered and oriented views, and then take a few at various angles to be useful later on!


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