This is the bunch of them. I already have this pose of Captain but they really only made a couple so if you have more than three you'll have doubles.
From the back you can see the shield design. This is from the description in the books, not from the movies.
A close up of the captain. I'm still having lighting issues. I like these models quite a bit. They really capture the movie versions of the Fighting Uruk-Hai which I don't really take issue with like I do some of Jackson's vision.
Pikes. There is too much glare to see the white elvish S rune on their helmets.
These eleven will give me around 50 painted Uruk-Hai. Not enough for my part of the game, if it ever goes. I'll have to get a couple of more boxes.
The glare is a bit much, but I have no room to talk with the standard of my photography! I do agree with you on both points, these are very fair representations of the film and while they may not be what I envisioned Tolkien's Urkhai to be, they are better than what I imagined. My only complaint is the pike models as the ones in my mountain-of-neglect do have a few breakage issues.
Still, from the reddish skin to the shiny(by orc standards) armor and to the white hand insignia; these boys look good and ready to breach Helm's Deep!