Initially found it difficult to get decent pics due to the darkness of the dress but managed to get a few nice ones out of the 230 shots I took. I usually take 2 - 3 shots per angle while changing the AV value if need be.
A Figma Theater can take 2-3 hours to shoot while scale figures would take about 30 - 45 mins.
Used to take shots on the 3rd floor balcony but found that taking pics in front of the Apple Cinema display enables me to get more detail in the shots.
Very detailed base. Speaking of bases, its interesting to see different manufacturers spending varying amounts of attention to detail on the base. My Needa, Rizfis, Char, and a few Max factory bases have much detail while Alter, Queens Blade/Gate, and my Ringo have very plain bases.
I'm guessing though that the more intricate bases contribute to the cost of the figure. Would you rather have a plain base+lower cost or cool base+higher cost?
I personally prefer figures that can stand without their base.
I wish I could make my own bases though - the Queens Blade ones are especially crap - especially Airi.
Back to the Hime figure. Lovely curves.
Figure Photograohy is the most dangerous part of my job - constantly slipping while taking photos due to limited vision.
From looking at some of the YouTube footage, I see that she also carries a chainsaw and a ball n chain with spikes in it - which would you rather be slapped in the face with?