How to take a good photo

Correct photo front
Correct photo side

Incorrect way to take photos

No shadows
No shadows

Shadows make for blotchy faces.

No uneven lighting
No uneven lighting

Have your light source from the front for even skin tones.

No teeth
No teeth

You can smile but keep your lips shut.

No glasses
No glasses

We will add glasses separately.

No other angles
No other angles

Perfect front and profile shots only.

No obstructions
No obstructions

Clear all hair and clothing from face.

Too bright
Too bright
Too dark
Too dark
Low quality
Low quality

Use only clear high resolution images.

Too close
Too close

Unless you want a skinny head and a big nose.

Build a HeroMod

Choose your HeroMod uniform

HeroMods are one of a kind, just like superheroes. Whether you’re designing a HeroMod with someone else in mind, or as a gift for yourself, now’s the chance to choose your armour and your superhero story. Now standing at an impressive 8 inches tall (20cm), and printed in a full color plastic, your HeroMods will last longer than ever.

For good photos make sure your hero is front lit - so no shadows on the face. To do this, have your subject facing a window with the sun outside. The camera must also be approximately 3 feet (or 1 meter) away from your hero. Also make sure that your hero’s mouth is closed. If we get photos we can’t make a great model from - we will let you know before we superfy.

Make sure you’ve read taking good photos before you begin for all the DO’s and DON’TS.

Once you’re done, proceed to our secure checkout and we’ll post the HeroMod to you, free of charge.