Classic Cars...

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  1. Eventer

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    ... On a miniature scale!

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    And a motor bike
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    C&C Please - never done anything like this before, I set up a real budget miniature studio :D
    Heres my set up... I think i needed another lamp from the other side, but i dont have a power point over there! haha
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    I'd shoot the Vette dead on from the front at ground level, show off the mean muscle car stance.
     
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    I think i did actually, I didnt have the camera on the tripod i had it sitting on a book. but you mean shoot it at an even lower angle?
     
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    Yeah, I'd try setting the camera on the desk at the same height as the car. I do this a lot when shooting full scale cars. Never tried models though, but I would think the same concepts apply.
     

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