Quoting Freela and BrickFan93
I absolutely must know how you did the lighting for this! The quality of the photography is outstanding. Okay, your creation is pretty nifty too. :P
Well for starters, I use two sheets of white paper to make a sort of box, one sheet on the bottom, and one wrapping around your creation, thus creating a box.
1) Never ever put your model in direct sunlight when taking pictures! Not only does it make shadows, but it will over-expose the picture seriously. Some parts of your creation will be lit up too much and other parts not lit up at all. Instead, Put the rear of the box facing the sun so that your creation will be in the shade.
2) For other forms of lighting besides the sun, use a bright white light, not one of those yellow tint ones. Like the sun, never put your MOC directly in the light, position the light behind the box, so that it will be shining through the paper.
3) Use a flash. If your camera doesn't have one, then forget it:) Use step 2.
4) Use a tripod, or try to keep the camera steady to avoid blur.
That's pretty much it. If you have additional questions just ask:)