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Re: Miniature Series Part 2 - UPDATE new photo

Postby Chuck Engels » Sat Aug 19, 2017 9:33 pm

Christmas Villages are also pretty cool. A couple of those ceramic buildings, some fake snow, pine trees, horses pulling sleighs .....
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Re: Miniature Series Part 2 - UPDATE new photo

Postby momoffduty » Sun Aug 20, 2017 11:03 am

Another great idea Chuck. We have a set and the kids enjoy setting it up each year. It was my MIL's.
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Re: Miniature Series Part 2 - UPDATE new photo

Postby Chuck Engels » Sun Aug 20, 2017 8:10 pm

My wife has a nice set that she loves to put up. Unfortunately we don't have the room for it right now so it has been in boxes the past few years. Would make some really cute miniature photographs. The photos almost have a tilt shift kind of effect to them, they look so awesome, you are quite talented Cheryl :)
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Re: Miniature Series Part 2 - UPDATE new photo

Postby Peru » Tue Aug 22, 2017 11:02 am

I'm always amazed by your creativity, Cheryl.
Nice work, Sidd, too.
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Re: Miniature Series Part 2 - UPDATE new photo

Postby momoffduty » Tue Aug 22, 2017 12:51 pm

Thanks Chuck & Bob (Peru). I did have tilt shift in mind when I shot the background of the plane. Played with the DOF a bit. There was a photo of the plane I liked better, but too shallow DOF and no room to put the kids. You could add a gradient blur in post.

My MIL's set sat in boxes for several years. A few years ago I had the middle child, she was 2 then, over for the day I thought it would be a fun way to spend time with her. It is now our tradition. The kids like to move the people around. I set ours up in the foyer on a sofa table. When kids come over that is the first thing they want to do...touch. The parents say no, but I then say yes. A couple have been broken, but super glue works. I bought a large plastic storage tub to put the whole village inside. This makes it easier to set up just that village on one day. I think we didn't set up before because it was in too many boxes mixed in with all of the other decoration clutter.
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