I stumbled across the same thing when shooting video of a friend's G-gauge model trains.
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/
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.
This brings to mind the photography that John Allen did for both his model railroad, The Gorre and Daphetid and for various Varney catalogs.
Somebody moved the pickup.
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