I have to admit that I’ve worked hard this time for photos. Keeping the vehicle in the air, other factors that provide it, police sirens, speed effect, etc. But I think it was worth it.
This time we tried to use real smoke! I hope you like it this photography technique. What do you think about it?
I have acted in accordance with your request and decided to take a diorama shoots again. My next post will be 1:18 (This time I used real smoke instead of cotton). If we go back to this photos; There is a detail in one of the photos. This is a detail outside the subject car. It’s like it got off from an plane and came…
If you remember, I prepared a diorama and shared it with you in the past. Today, I removed that diorama and started to take photos without any maintenance, cleaning, proper position. I have to say it’s one of my most sloppy shots. Nevertheless, I tried a little assembling to make it look nice.
Yeah, you saw it right. I told in my previous post that I’m back to 1:64 cars and that I would go on with them. And then I was going to start photographing; I got sick. I survived this disease in a short period of time, but then the exams at the university began. When the exams finished, I said, “Yes, I can start now”…
This is just a small publicity picture...
I keep telling myself, “You shouldn’t do that. You gotta keep picking up 1:64 cars.” but every time I find myself taking 1:18 diecast photos.
These are my shoots that I’ve taken in the past months, but now I can find the opportunity to upload. I bought a lot of new models and started to think I wasn’t interested in my old 1:18 models. These photos are the result of I’m trying to revive them.
For the first time in the photos I’ve taken out of the original photo and I made some arrangements on the photo. Obviously, the most distinctive feature that distinguishes these photos from my other shots is the lack of vibrant colors I guess. I wanted to give it a sharper, more pessimistic and more serious image in…
“The trick isn’t just in the quality of the car, if the person who takes the photo does his job well, all the cars are good.” I always said that. But they always said to me: ”Your photos are very realistic, but it’s even more realistic if you’ll use better quality cars.“ And I decided to try it. I took a few photos…
As it appears in the title; This is my first 1:64 outdoor perspective work. Actually, I was a little disappointed that I couldn’t get the realism I wanted. Still, I will do my best to improve myself on this. What do you think about this subject?
As I mentioned in previous posts: I’m motivated by your support and I’m trying to be better every day. It’s an honor for me if I can show you this.
As I mentioned in my previous posts; I decided to buy one of the high-detailed Diecasts after your suggestions. This time I didn’t even use the artificial road. I just found a puddle and tried to show my photography techniques on this.
When I first did this, I was seeing a lot of diorama on the internet. I started thinking about what I could do for this diorama for just take pictures. I tried to do the work what’s in my mind and it cost four days without a break. In the end, I think I made an amateur but cute diorama. I hope you like it!
As you all know, there are many collector types. For 1:87, 1:64, 1:43, 1:32, 1:24, 1:18, 1:12 etc. Even these are divided into groups within themselves. Burago, Hot Wheels, Majorette, GreenLight, AUTOart etc. However, in most of the groups I have, they have at least 50 AUTOart 1:18 models. I can clearly say I didn’t…
It’s been a long time since the last photo I shared here. My school, my work, my social life, my friends etc. it covers a large part of my life. I had to deactivate some of my interests because I had to constantly deal with my life. It’s time to get back here (with my new 1:18 collection). WHAT’S UP EVERYONE!
I hope it’s better than the old ones.
I made such a serious photos for the first time with 1:64 scale cars. Of course I made this with a diorama for the first time. Did this diorama get familiar to you, too? Yeah. This diorama belongs to The Fast And The Furious. Soon this concept will also be photographed. I hope you like it!
It was just like I said. One of them wasn’t enough, so I bought the second one. 😅 And it will probably continue. To be honest, I liked 1/18. More satisfactory size and more detail. What do you think about this?
Finally I bought my first 1:18 Diecast car. I say “1 or 2 1:18 is enough for me” because I have a 1:24 collection but my friends say it is not possible. They said 1:18 had an addictive effect. 😅 What do you think about this?