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How realistic are your models? Photo challenge.


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On 27/02/2021 at 15:00, chuffinghell said:

 

If this was a competition that would be the winner right there!

 

That definitely meets the realistic modelling criteria, it could so easily be mistaken for the real thing....it’s unbelievable to think that is an actual layout

 

Well done Sir :good:

I admit, I was leafing through my RMWeb emails, saw this and thought it was the real thing, until I looked closer. Superb!

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On 03/03/2021 at 19:25, Dan Evason said:

Thank you very much for the kind words, yes it is, it's my back garden with the hills around me, in fact Bircher common to be precise.. 

One of my favourite areas of the country.

 

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On 03/03/2021 at 15:53, The Johnster said:

It is inspiring stuff, but if you look at the shadows, the ones on the layout are a different direction to the one on the tree in the field in the backscene, which is therefore a backscene and the photo is not taken outside unless the whole caboodle has been taken outside for natural lighting, but the real background is not visible.

 

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On 03/03/2021 at 15:53, The Johnster said:

It is inspiring stuff, but if you look at the shadows, the ones on the layout are a different direction to the one on the tree in the field in the backscene, which is therefore a backscene and the photo is not taken outside unless the whole caboodle has been taken outside for natural lighting, but the real background is not visible.

Yep it's all natural captured using my phone.. We have a south facing garden on a bank looking down into the fields below before the valley climbs on the distance.. No photo shop just straight of the camera.. 

 

Kind Regards Dan 

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On 07/03/2021 at 15:44, Ighten said:

 

Im slightly concerned the photographer  seems to have ignored a rather  major risk in order to get this effect :)

What risk? It's all fine  ..! Plus my client what's more of this and the photos im able to take here.  

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11 hours ago, Dan Evason said:

What risk? It's all fine  ..! Plus my client what's more of this and the photos im able to take here.  

Perhaps there is a concern that the layout appears to be set up rather precariously, although if you look closely, there do seem to be a lot of supports there!

 

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12 hours ago, Captain Kernow said:

Perhaps there is a concern that the layout appears to be set up rather precariously, although if you look closely, there do seem to be a lot of supports there!

 

Haha there is like a million trusses under it.. 

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On 03/03/2021 at 23:26, Alister_G said:

All this photographing layouts outdoors, it'll never catch on you know...

 

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Al.

Oh yes it will.........For those with a sweet tooth!

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