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    Default Camper reflection.

    Similar set up as before.

    Kitchen work top with a dining chair back towards me with a black coat hanging on it to give me a black background. This time I've moved down the work top and the toy camper van (aprrox 4inches long) is stood on the smoked glass top of the hob.
    Shuffled the chair coat and lights so the lights and campervan are reflected in the hob top.
    Flash was "dampened down" using a white handkerchief over the on camera flash.




    [/url]Camper reflection by Dee Gee, on Flickr [/IMG]

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    Default Re: Camper reflection.

    Another well done creations Di. ++

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    I like your series on Flickr. Nice photo.
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    Default Re: Camper reflection.

    I admired your entry in our recent competition and equally this one.

    I consider using a model VW bus over a real one adds to the charm of the shot and consequently minimises the logistics over getting a real VW into your kitchen.
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    Default Re: Camper reflection.

    I also liked the one in the challenge and had it as a potential winner. Love this one too.

    I recently bought a toy lorry that I spotted in a charity shop and which I was going to try some forced perspective shots but I've not got round to it yet.
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    Default Re: Camper reflection.

    Quote Originally Posted by colin C View Post
    I admired your entry in our recent competition and equally this one.

    I consider using a model VW bus over a real one adds to the charm of the shot and consequently minimises the logistics over getting a real VW into your kitchen. [emoji2]
    Thankyou very much. [emoji4]
    I admit I would love a "real" campervan, but it's just not a "can do" for me.
    Plus imagine the mess it would make me trying to get it on top of the hob plate for the reflection. [emoji3]

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctrollen View Post
    I also liked the one in the challenge and had it as a potential winner. Love this one too. [emoji106]

    I recently bought a toy lorry that I spotted in a charity shop and which I was going to try some forced perspective shots but I've not got round to it yet.
    Thanks.

    As for the forced perspective shots go for it. I've spotted a couple of videos on YouTube on "How to" as it's something I'd like to try but so far not got around to them. [emoji4]

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    And Also, last but not least Tom, Jock thankyou for stopping by and taking time to leave a comment. They're something I've really enjoyed processing/working on.

    Jock. The Starwars and Thunderbird toys where my nephews from years ago and are loaded with memories. [emoji4]

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    Default Re: Camper reflection.

    works very well Di

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    Really like this set!
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