Project Snap_Fig - It's go go time!

Greetings peeps how have you been?

Today I just wanted to give a quick heads up.

A while back I made a post regarding Sakura Doujin's Project Snap_Fig. The idea behind that project was to produce a photo book filled with some nice figure photography and most interestingly also provide some in depth look at how these pictures are taken. This not only includes things like camera settings but also some nice behind the scenes look at what went into producing these pictures.

So, why bring this up again?

That's simple, they have launched their crowd funding campaign in order to make this book a reality. You can head over to Indiegogo to see the crowd funding page and read all about the different tiers of contributions and all the rewards you can get.

As you can see in the sample pictures of the book, my photos of the lovely Misaka's got chosen from my submissions. Furthermore, since this is an Indiegogo campaign even if their goal is not met and you provide a pledge you won't end up empty handed. So if you ever wanted to know how photos like that are produced or you simply want a nice photo book or some of the other perks why not give them a few bucks.

Project Snap_Fig

Hello, fellow internet figure loving denizens, how are you doing today?

Today I wanna do a quick shout out to this lovely project by the fellows at Sakura Doujin.

They want to publish a photo book, but not just any ol' boring photo book, a figure photo book. However, that is not all, aside from putting a lot of pretty pictures within the pages of the photo book they have another goal in mind:

They want to give a peek into the process behind creating those beautiful figure photos. Camera settings, lighting set ups, behind the scenes pictures, descriptions from the photographers, everything you need to know how a picture was taken.

I like the idea as it shows everyone how all you need is a little photography knowhow and creativity to be able take amazing figure photos. I have already submitted my pictures and so have several others. There is still a bit of time until the submission deadline, so head on over to Sakura Doujin's Project Snap_Fig page to read up on the details of the project, submission guidelines and see a mockup of the pages in the book.