frauenfelder at October 16th, 2013 12:50 — #1
technogeekagain at October 16th, 2013 13:21 — #2
I stumbled across the same thing when shooting video of a friend's G-gauge model trains.
timothy_krause at October 16th, 2013 13:32 — #3
That is the best ever, love the perspectives and use of natural light. And the photographer's sense of humor, LOL: http://www.flickr.com/photos/24796741@N05/8376768090/
brainspore at October 16th, 2013 13:38 — #4
This used to be a common way to do movie special effects in-camera back before chromakey and digital compositing became all the rage. It's cool to see talented people re-discovering the technique.
fka3strider at October 16th, 2013 17:18 — #5
This brings to mind the photography that John Allen did for both his model railroad, The Gorre and Daphetid and for various Varney catalogs.
pjcamp at October 16th, 2013 23:10 — #6
Somebody moved the pickup.
frauenfelder at October 21st, 2013 12:50 — #7
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