However, I rarely take pictures outside under the sun and I never done so for a regular scaled PVC figure. Add the fact that I did this on a whim without much thinking and things didn't work out too well for me.
Because of the wind the clouds were moving in the sky quite fast, continuously covering and uncovering the sun, continuously changing my lighting conditions.
Speaking of illumination, totally slipped my mind that I would have a hard time looking at my camera's screen outside. I wasn't able to see how pictures really looked after I took them.
Given that situation I can't help but feel the pictures I took are pretty boring and nothing special or creative.
Even though I did not have the results I would have liked I think of this as a nice learning experience for me.
Plus I was able to reassert that I really don't feel embarrassment or anything when I happily take pictures. If anything I wanted to hurry and finish because I found it quite tiring kneeling on concrete and what not to take the pictures.
I will probably try this again. Once more I will go out and this time find a suitable location and conditions and take pictures of Biri Biri. Next time too I will try to think of better shots to take as well.