Check your light position!! Make sure it's illuminating everything you want it to!
Now, to chose your subjects and accessories!!!
I went with DTC Lowlight and NightForce Crosshairs(1) because of their night colors. For the choice of Rifle,
I tried the BBI Barret .50 cal.The Desert Version(2) was too bright and the gun metal gray(3) was too big to fit in
LowLights shoulder. The Corps!PSGAT (4) lacked the bipod that I wanted to show the rifles power.
I didn't want to use the Power Team Barret (5) due to it's cartoonie look. The Marauder Dragonov (6) is for bad guys.
The Bivouac scope(7) was too big and the Power Team binoculars (9) couldn't be seen at night. I ended up using the
PowerTeam Scope (8) and the Power Team Barret (5) because it fit best in LowLights hands.
Next, position your figures! It takes time and work. Every time I set up Crosshairs, I had to adjust LowLight.
After 20 min, this is what I came up with:
Turn on the Purple Halloween lights and turn off the Garage lights and Viola:
Hope you enjoyed this tutorial. I don't know it all, and I don't claim to.
I have a crappy camera (but I'm getting a better one soon!) but I found a
way to make it's grainy quality work for a change! The best way to see
what works is try it and post it. Maybe someone can give you advice on what
works for them, and it might work for you. If not, maybe it will give you an idea.