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Old Feb 28, 2017, 12:12 AM   #1
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Default Driving through Utah.

This is a 1:24 scale diecast model car photographed then placed in an image of a Utah landscape.
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Old Feb 28, 2017, 6:42 AM   #2
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Nice job! A driver would've been nice, but it's still a well-done shot.
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Ya its strange how the diecast companies dont bother to make figures that will actually fit on the seats of the cars. It would add a touch of realism when shooting them. I actually wrote an email to a large diecast company earlier this morning asking why there are none. Figures dressed according to the decade of the car would be nice. A driver and passenger for different shooting possibilities. One thing though, whenever you see a scene such as this with an empty car, you can be sure its a diecast scale model and not the real thing.
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One thing though, whenever you see a scene such as this with an empty car, you can be sure its a diecast scale model and not the real thing.
Or, it IS the real thing and the driver had to take a whiz break!
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Or, it IS the real thing and the driver had to take a whiz break!
hahaha funny you should say that. I sometimes leave the door open indicating that there is a driver but he is just off in the bushes somewhere doing exactly what you suggest.
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