|A lonely zombie catches the spotlight.|
This can't be good...
The 3 lamps are bought in Ikea, have flexible arms, and the lampshades can be rotated around the bulp to easily obtain any angle. Sadly, I don't remember the model name.
I use 15W (maximum for these lamps), 805 Lumen, milky bulbs.
The camera is a fairly cheap Canon PowerShot A560 with a €10 generic tripod.
Settings are Indoor, with Macro On, Flash Off, and a 2 Sec Delay.
Furthermore, I use Face Recognition, which enables focus on the mini instead of protruding arms/-weapons (provided the face is well enough painted, of course).
DON'T use Auto setting with artificial lights - you'll get blurred or yellowish pictures 9 out of 10 times (at least I do).
With this set-up, I get really good results almost every time - except for when I forget to check if the focus has captured the right part of the mini.