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Craig Persel | all galleries >> Galleries >> Minature World > 24-Aug
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London, UK

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Nikon D50
1/400s f/10.0 at 55.0mm full exif

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toxaphene22-Jan-2008 16:03
Interesting photo!
laine8207-Nov-2006 18:20
Love how you've " lifted " the needle from the bg.
Guest 20-Sep-2006 11:57
i´ve see such pics from LF or using shift lenses, but this is just brilliant,excellently executed idea,i can only wonder how u did this:-). you are a master at this.
Jude Marion19-Sep-2006 13:12
WOW! This is SOOO well done!
The treatment is so clever!
My eye doesnt want to believe it
Guest 01-Sep-2006 08:23
It works so good! The subject is perfect for the treatment - yes, the treatment is what matters here. Bravo. Voted.
shatterbug30-Aug-2006 22:35
Amazing! V.
Ray :)27-Aug-2006 00:53
I was not familiar with this, and it looked so much like a model, I had to check it out on Google Earth!
Huge vote.
Rob Rosetti26-Aug-2006 10:23
Really cool, surreal! Roberto
Carole Stevens25-Aug-2006 20:05
Wow stunning shot great treatment and gorgeous DOF here!V!
Guest 25-Aug-2006 15:01
Incredible work Craig. I think it's the perfect example of taking a technique and making it your own. This is a visual feast. I could, quite literally stare at this for hours. Just amazing. Would vote a dozen times if I could
Faye White25-Aug-2006 09:38
stunning! I am in awe!
Guest 25-Aug-2006 09:35
I actually gasped involuntarily when I saw this! Magnificent, wonderful effect.Voted
Guenter Eh25-Aug-2006 09:17
Welcome to toyland - the perfect illusion Craig!
Eckhart Derschmidt25-Aug-2006 08:19
So unreal! Stunning effect - looks more like an architectural model. GMV
AL25-Aug-2006 03:34
In its original form, it's already a great architectural and graphic shot. With your ingenius focus, pov and scale, everything becomes mind-blowing. Here I go again, wow wow wow! Voted.
Chuck Inglefield25-Aug-2006 01:06
very funky. I like it...more of that minimilism thing with a twist. I really like the work you have done on this one. Great choice of subject matter to keep in focus.
Dia 25-Aug-2006 00:54
Incroyable.... Quel point de vue et excellente profondeur de champ. En effet, quelque chose d'intriguant. Bravo !
Guest 25-Aug-2006 00:27
So stunning point of view and excellent play with DOF. V
Greg Harp25-Aug-2006 00:22
Fantastic work. GMV
Guest 24-Aug-2006 23:07
Like a toytown. Magnificent masterful processing. Vote
Doug Kessler24-Aug-2006 23:03
I have never seen anything like these, Craig. Fantastic, surreal, disorienting, wonderfully intriguing.
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