As hinted by myself in another thread
I'm often rather dissatisfied by the quality of the pics that appear in BS reviews. I am aware that criticizing people who have expensive cameras and lighting setups is mostly not very welcomed. Let's say: almost every (semi) professional photographer has the opinion that his/hers photos are the best. That's OK!
As a professional printer since 1992, I have to serve people with different levels of knowledge about colour workspace, RGB/CMYK and colour profiles. The switch from digital images to printed images is far more complicated than preparing camera images for publishing on a web site.
OK, sorry for the long introduction but I wanted to explain where I'm from.. :-)
I sampled a couple of pics from reviews of the same set by Brickset (BS) and Brothers Bricks (BB).
Here you can see that the white parts on BS are lacking detail that are visible on BB. Shadow is the main difference here. On the left the blue look slike medium azure or dark azure / on the right it is dark turquoise / teal -- which it is.
Colours are off
On the left BS, on the right BB. The green plates and tiles are much to0 dark when compared to the real LEGO colour for green. The light bluish grey tiles on top are too dark on BS. The colours of the tiles on the floor too dark to.
Colours are off 2
Here's another example that in my opinion clearly shows how the colours are not right on BS.
Left is BS and right BB. The Bricklink colour dark red (bench and arrow) shows almost brownish on BS while it is about right on BB. The colour of the cups on the wall are too light on BS when compared to the real colours you have on hand in your collection. The BB photo is much better. Also the red cap on the right is more red than on the left. Orange is orange on BB but over saturated on BS.
Left (BS): black is dark grey, brown is some indifferent brownish colour. On the right both colours are much more closer to the real brick colour. Yellow hair on the left is over saturated. On the right it's good!
Please don't read this as sort of attack on you -- Brickset is doing great! But I really think you could do better when it comes down to photography.
Tips...: check your camera default white settings. Check/change your studio lighting setup.
Final note: I'm on the Autism spectrum (like quite a few other BS members) and *I* think this is important. But I understand that other people are different and more like "what is this member whining about?". That's OK. I only wanted to contribute to getting better photos in the future on this site.
*technical note: I downloaded the pictures from both sites and opened them in
Photoshop. I pasted them side-by-side in new window. I didn't use a
pre-setting (colour profile) and I didn't use compression to save
them in jpg format. So it's original as it is.