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The traffic is spiralling out of control these days!
- how tiny are your little play cars?
I'm shocked you don't think they are real!
All 1:43 scale, so about 4 inches on average I guess.
Thanks, it's nice to get an idea of size when judging
Even the toy cars manage to get in a traffic jam!! Creative.
I like that you thought about using your toy cars to create a spiral theme. Photographed directly from above, you have achieved clarity throughout and good detail in each of the little cars. Great little camera
I wish you had taken a little more care to get each of the borders around the central oval tray to be equal on all sides. I just feel this needs to be symmetrical.
I'm wondering also, what this would look like if you had shot not from above, but lower down, opening up your aperture and creating a shallower dof - would have to be at a good angle though to preserve the spiral in the image. Just a thought.
The cars are not really toys - they are display models costing around £25-30 each.... not the sort of thing you'd give to a kiddy!
Quote: The cars are not really toys - they are display models costing around £25-30 each.... not the sort of thing you'd give to a kiddy!
oops, my bad My only knowledge of model cars is tinker toys, some of which I had when I was a young girl (yes, I played with cars.....) and back then they cost about $2 Canadian, but I am talking about 50+ years ago...... I even had some model tractors.....
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