Few pics, new technique

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  1. ericande

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    That look like they are very good models, almost like a fancy train set city.
     
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    That's cool. I remember reading about that technique. How was it done?
     
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    those look very nice, i played around in the toy effect genre for a while some time ago, looks like you know exactly when to use it.
     
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    Congratulations on getting it to work. I tried a while back, but everything just looked weird or dumb, although I do tend to be quite hard on my own pics.

    Anyway, I like number 2 the best. The highways and tracks really give it a train set feel.
     
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    Could that be done with a lens-baby or do they not tilt the proper part or in the proper way?
     
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    I like the 2nd one.
     
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    i think its possible with the lensbaby, but it doesnt work as well... i believe the lensbaby uses a focal point, and what you would want more, is a focal line. Photoshop makes it easy though, if you know what you're doing
     

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