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Collectible Transformer Toys Revealed

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Collectible Transformer Toys Revealed

Transformer toys are certainly hot collectibles nowadays. Many are chasing after them to mainly earn money in the future.
Well, the toys are really playable and enjoyable in general. But in today’s time, many are no longer very much after these features, playable, enjoyable, etc. Many are more after the toys’ potential to be costly as time passes by.
The toys can be really worth a lot in time, however of course worth will depend on their manufacturing date and their condition. If the toys were manufactured way back decades ago and are still like in brand new condition, they can actually be worth two times or even three times their original price.

Not to mention also if the toys were released in limited edition, they can also worth a lot. Just like for an instance with the limited series transformer Autobot from the 1984 series from the first generation of transformers, it could eventually worth around $1000 or higher. Aside from the Autobot from the 1984 series, there are also the bootleg transformers which are truly limited. These bootleg transformers are actually made for a certain country and were not intended for distribution in some other countries such as Canada and United States.
However, although bootleg transformers can be great collectibles, there are some issues about them that must be considered and one of these is the issue that they are just poor quality copies. Some believe they are but some don’t. It is believed that the bootleg transformers are superior in quality.


If Autobot and bootleg transformers are not workable, then may be controversial lines of transformer toys in Japan may be possible. Considering Kiss Players can be a good idea. Just be sensitive with the issue attached. Kiss Players line is considered to be inappropriate for children and should only be sold to adults. Some toys belonging to the line are naturally pornographic. But there’s a good thing about this line of transformer toys, it is a limited series created in Japan alone which actually makes it a great collectible item.

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Event Photography

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Event Photography

Taking a photo at a time of any social event or party is little bit a tough but quite fun. But if you follow certain tips then definitely you can click the best shot and make those moments beautiful for your client. Here are few tips for you to keep in mind for event photography.
The most important photos for event photography are group photos. Thus, make sure you take wonderful group photos. If you want to add quality to your event photography never forget to add depth to your photos. When it comes to group photography people tend to arrange them in line like they are standing in a school. Thus, it becomes duty of the photographer to arrange them and make the photo charismatic rather than dull and boring. Choose happy background which shows party theme. It will make your photo beautiful and also give it depth.


Take photos from different angles. Do not stick to the vertical or horizontal photography. Try to click some funny photos full of different expressions and these are more memorable time. Use the party props in the photography. Take some posed photos as well as natural. The best thing about capturing natural photos is that you can show in your photo what people actually doing in an event. Always look for action shots to capture like the time of dancing, eating or doing anything in party. Look around and Take multiple shots and also take pictures of everyone present in the party. Do not stick to one or two persons. It may happen that lighting condition is not proper in a party thus always carry backup with you. Carry extra lenses and camera and backup for a light.

Take some photos which cover the whole party area. Such photos can add memories to your album. If you are covering the event then take wide angle shots too. It will cover the subject as well as your location. Every event has certain special moments and don’t miss them out to capture. Thus, take as much as shots you can of those priceless moments.