Believe it or not, all of these photos are of real, life-size objects and locations. They have been made to appear like miniature models through the process of tilt-shift miniature faking.
7 Littlegrey Comments:
The best one is the piece of construction equipment because, no matter how long I look at it, I can't begin to get a perspective on it.
Whoa thats is really awesome
I particularly like the shipwreck best. I can picture a hand dip down and pick the wreck out of the shallow water, like a child recovering a forgotten tub toy.
That's a pretty neat concept that they used in the pictures. Some of them look very realistic.
These photos are perfect for building and head-crushing like they did in that oh-so-Canadian sitcom, The Kids in the Hall.
You've got it backwards cynn - the stuff in these pictures *is* real. It's been made to look miniature through the tilt-shift shaza-ma-taz technique.
i never think this stuff looks real, there always seems to be a little too much stuff in focus for it to be a real camera...maybe they need minature camera's too?
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