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BigCol 19 1.8k 1 Scotland
4 Sep 2008 1:43PM
I quite like it, but there's something about it which doesn't quite fit and I can't put my finger on it. I think it might be the plane of focus you've chosen, but hey, I still like it.

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Guillaume 13 119 2 United Kingdom
4 Sep 2008 2:18PM
Looks like a model/miniature train.
bmott001 12 5 United Kingdom
4 Sep 2008 2:28PM
@BigCol - I will admit to it not being as convincing as some of my others. I think the presence of the people detracts from the intended effect, and perhaps I needed to be a bit higher up when taking the original shot...

Thanks for your comments.
4 Sep 2008 2:44PM
I like it too, think you are right about the people. It's strange seeing Betws like that Smile
Jools_jti 14 257 United Kingdom
4 Sep 2008 3:08PM
I do like the tilt-shift look, it adds a fun element to shots. I agree that the people look slightly odd for a TS. Often the people in these shots are so much smaller, but these have detail and there pose is very human which halts the effect of a model village. But I guess you couldn't shout across and ask them to stand model like Wink The rest of the shot is true 00 gauge.
User_Removed 12 172 1 United Kingdom
4 Sep 2008 4:41PM
Wow, great work, had to look twice, to see that wasn't a model

ketch 12 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
5 Sep 2008 4:01PM
Excellent Tilt work with superb results - I really like the effects you can get with this

Strobe 12 1.3k United States
1 Oct 2008 4:12PM
This really works well, the composition really does look like a miniature scene
SexyDan 13 14 1 United Kingdom
23 Aug 2011 10:21AM
This is a really cool pic. Thanks epz for tweeting it. I feel I may have some new projects coming on
dwilkin 13 24.3k United Kingdom
23 Aug 2011 11:36AM
Probably the best in the article - I certainly like it better than mine!
bmott001 12 5 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2011 3:54PM
Thanks for the comments and thanks to epz for including it in the tilt-shift article.

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