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Forced Perspective.

Paul Mitchell

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Making something small look big. Its all about camera placement. Ive also put my son into the small 1:18 scale diecast car.

DSC_7051_KyleInChairFinal.jpg
 

Isac

Always on
Nicely done Paul. I'm loving your work. It won't be long you'll be up there with Michael Paul Smith, the creator of Elgin Park.
Here's the Flickr page.
 
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Paul Mitchell

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Here are a couple more examples showing the setup and the final shot. Both the stagecoach and chuck wagon are by Franklin Mint and 1:16 scale. The stand/table I use is an old Guitar Hero case I bought on ebay for $5. Its perfect for the use.

ChuckWagonHowTo.jpg

StagecoachHowTo.jpg
 

Paul Mitchell

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Nicely done Paul. I'm loving your work. It won't be long you'll be up there with Michael Paul Smith, the creator of Elgin Park.
Here's the Flickr page.
I was a good friend of Michael's. I say was because Michael passed away about 6 months ago. A great loss to all those who enjoyed visiting Elgin Park and watching the master at work.
 
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