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#19276 OFFLINE   Craig

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Posted Today, 03:20 PM

Looks nice that one :smile:  AUTOart did a really smart job there.

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#19277 OFFLINE   Kezza

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Posted Today, 03:32 PM

Ye it's a nice 1 mate! Wanted 1 for a while! Really want the m version next

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Posted Today, 03:52 PM

View PostBynx, on 16 April 2014 - 01:52 PM, said:

This is the '37 Cord I bought yesterday and finally got a chance to shoot. It needed a good polishing with a coat of wax. Now its all spiffy clean. I parked it in my neighbors driveway.

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HOW did you do that,it really is AMAZING Bynx,was it Photoshop or something,you have gone up another notch again. :10: :eusa_clap: :eusa_clap: :eusa_clap: :eusa_clap: :eusa_clap: No need to buy real cars any more hey!!

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Posted Today, 04:08 PM

Its done the same way I shoot all the cars. It sits on a fake road close to the camera. Then by positioning the camera, the car and the driveway it all comes together. After that shot I then remove the car, road and table its sitting on and take another shot. This was done without moving the camera. Then in Photoshop the shot without the car and road is the base layer. The shot with the car and fake road is the top layer. Luckily my road blends in so well that its a simple matter of erasing around my fake road to expose the grass, driveway edge. Essentially everything is shot at the same time so its not a cut and paste thing. Ive just started exporing this kind of photography and Im really impressed with what can be done. These little model cars can be given full scale look and placed anywhere. The past or the future can be give new life.

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Posted Today, 04:16 PM

Brilliant results Bynx,Victor does similar to this and he too has stunning results. Like has been said before i too take my hat off to you and lets hope there are many more photos like these to come,thanks again for showing the photos. :eusa_clap: :eusa_clap: :eusa_clap: :eusa_clap: :eusa_clap: :agreed:




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