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You are very kind.I feel embarrassed . Well, never mind.

I can show you more ,-)

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More super impressive photography .... and building as well. Bob H.

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WOW ! Now that's what a call a good post :) , amazing models and photography

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Rob Bettencourt, Ypu are right. I'm enchanted realism of your photos !! I envy you the background of your images. ,_))) I try do do something symilar, like Yours fantastic photos . Unfortunately, its hard to imitate a real air base ,_) 416a3462bc64a16a.jpg

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The beauty of modelling wartime aircraft is that alot of them were dispersed, be it in the English countryside to the desert or even in the jungle.

This is the set I use, drive out into the countryside, (Bomber County countryside) and set up the dispersed area on top of the car with suitable backdrops a appropriate . . . . Spitfire in progress

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2nd photo shows a Lancaster . . .

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very effective photography, you could have passed these photos as real aircraft and we wouldn't have known

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Great jon airman ! pay attention to the depth of field.Used so big aperture as it posible.

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What a great idea !!! Thanks for the information. Bob H.

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Anybody else got some outdoor photos now the weather HAS been sunny for a while ??

Ian

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Great modelling and great use of natural light and forced perspective too. Adds a fantastic layer of photorealism.

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Anybody else got some outdoor photos now the weather HAS been sunny for a while ??

Ian

I don't have a local airport as the back ground, so I use a printed picture as the background and with my collection of 1/200 metal collectables can do these

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and why not have them inflight :)

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Jets are easy to show inflight, but if you have built Revell's 1/32 JU88 stick a couple electric motors in it and crew

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Wow. Stunning. Looks absolute realistic. My favorite is the Virgin Airliner.

Thx for sharing.

I do my my pictures mostly outside, but almost in front of an artificial background..

But your pictures are so perfect. I am speechless.

Dirk

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Thank you Sarcococca

Yes background is a printed out photo on paper, base is conti board, setup outside in sunshine, Then the only "trickery" is on some is to put a "foreground' back on the raw picture then crop it to what you want

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Then some photoshop fun

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Really incredible realism of the models and photos. I have regular contact with the Orion P3 and I assure you that if it were not that we are modeling a forum goes through a real plane.

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Wow- would genuinely have believed that those were the real thing!

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