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@akunthita - the ones on LEGO's site have transparent backgrounds as they're PNG files, which is great, though they're of the computer-generated variety, not the actual figures... ;-)
I haven't had time to photograph much lately, but hope to get back to it soon. I've also been going back and re-photographing, re-editing some of the previous ones with newer, cleaner techniques. See the front facing one of The Flash for how I plan to photograph and edit them all.
I have all the Super Hero figs. Just need to find time to photograph them.
PS. Please let me know if you are selling anything. ;P
As big as I can get. ;-)
(Seriously, 300 dpi, large enough to print 4-ups ideally. I have this crazy idea of printing the minifigs out 2 or 3 times their actual size on a high-quality adhesive paper and transferring them to a thick cardstock or foamcore before cutting them out. They'd make great little figure display stands. I figure (no pun intended) that it's just like having the actual figs on display really, but its more within my budget. And I don't have to worry so much about damage, lol. If something happens, I can just print out another one! :-D )
Love your album!