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04/13/2021 04:57:29 PM · #1
using everyday objects!

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04/13/2021 05:01:46 PM · #2
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04/13/2021 11:43:42 PM · #3
Weird. Worked for me. But I switched out the link.

Originally posted by GinaRothfels:

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04/14/2021 12:44:19 AM · #4
So many. So neat. Time well spent. Thanks.
04/14/2021 03:54:56 AM · #5
Thanks for the post. Love them.

Here is another link with
COVID themed miniatures

04/14/2021 04:00:27 AM · #6
Here is his video channel showing the production process.

I was surprised he used a "standard" camera. I expected a view camera since the plane of focus is often not perpendicular to the camera in his images. I guess he achieves that in photoshop then.

04/14/2021 08:19:22 AM · #7
Originally posted by tanguera:

Weird. Worked for me. But I switched out the link.

Originally posted by GinaRothfels:

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Probably a privacy issue on Facebook.

Thanks for fixing it. That's really inspiring.
04/14/2021 06:50:14 PM · #8
Wonderful creativity and imagination. So many ideas going through his head.
04/14/2021 08:57:26 PM · #9
Originally posted by willem:

Here is his video channel showing the production process.

I was surprised he used a "standard" camera. I expected a view camera since the plane of focus is often not perpendicular to the camera in his images. I guess he achieves that in photoshop then.


I KNEW he had a bazillion miniatures! But geez, what an organized guy!

One advantage of working in miniatures is that you really don't need a very big studio...
04/15/2021 12:08:35 PM · #10
Originally posted by tanguera:

...One advantage of working in miniatures is that you really don't need a very big studio...


I'm imagining teeny-tiny light stands... a roll of toilet paper as backdrop material...
04/15/2021 01:17:51 PM · #11
Originally posted by kirbic:

Originally posted by tanguera:

...One advantage of working in miniatures is that you really don't need a very big studio...


I'm imagining teeny-tiny light stands... a roll of toilet paper as backdrop material...


LOL
04/15/2021 01:23:33 PM · #12
Originally posted by tanguera:

Originally posted by kirbic:

Originally posted by tanguera:

...One advantage of working in miniatures is that you really don't need a very big studio...


I'm imagining teeny-tiny light stands... a roll of toilet paper as backdrop material...


LOL

Might need a roll of Bounty for panoramic scenes ...
04/15/2021 01:40:31 PM · #13
He is using a 3d printer for the miniatures and small led matrix lights to light his scene. It is all static so he does not need flash and with the led lights he can see the shadows before taking the picture.

I used 500 w halogen floodlights in the past for static scenes, the ones you use when decorating a new house. Not ideal, not very bright and extremely hot !!!



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04/15/2021 02:10:40 PM · #14
Whoa! Daddy has a LOT of toys!

I'm fighting jealousy here, but... there is NO WAY I would be that organized if I had that much! WOW!

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