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I've been wanting to spice up die-cast car photographs for my website for quite some time. I decided to pop into a hobby store and pick up some HO scale accessories. I've really been having a lot of fun creating little dioramas. This can get addicting. There's no special effects. Just point and shoot.

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Very nice. I've been wanting to do somthing like that but every time I go into a hobby store I am worried about the scale not being quite right. Those look great!
 

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looks awesome !!! I think you use artifical lighting. Try some outdoor natural lighting no flash, nothing. I've seem some here before like that and they look great with the right shadows and intensities. Just an idea.
 

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looks great!!!!!,,,,,outdoors photos with natural lighting always do great too. arent digital camera's fun!!!!!!
 

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Very nice looking pictures. I like the Mercs also.
Are you a 1949 to 1951 Mercury fan?
Do you have the '51 black Merc convertible from the Ragtops series?
I like the "gravel road" as mentioned by Old Canuk. Looks great.

Cheers. Cobra
 

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accobra64 said:
I like the Mercs also.
Are you a 1949 to 1951 Mercury fan?
Cheers. Cobra
Actually, I'm a Barris fan. I bought a lot of cars on eBay, including those Mercs, the Speed Coupe and the Fireball 500 from the Show Rods line.

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Here's another. This is fun!

 
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