Worldwar 1 tank prototype K-Wagen, Orlik, 1:25

Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by Andy Nase, Dec 19, 2013.

  1. Andy Nase

    Andy Nase Member

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    Hello,

    I show you my last project. It's the K-Wagen. Information about are on Wikipedia. Have fun.

    Regards Andy

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  2. Andy Nase

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    And more stuff

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  3. tweetspie

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    Oh my gosh that is actually perfection. I love it!
  4. zathros

    zathros -----SENIOR---- Administrator Moderator

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    Andy, the model is perfect. i have come to expect that from you. The photography is some of the best I have seen! Could you give some indication of how you did it, maybe the camera you used? Thanks! :)
  5. Andy Nase

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    Hello zathros,

    there is no secret behind it. I took 2 lamps, one right and the other one left to the tank. I used flashlight and my camera is a Panasonic DMC-FS10. Nothing special. For the detailled pictures I use the macro function. Thats it.

    Thank you for your compliments, zathros and tweetspie. :)

    Regards Andy
  6. zathros

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    Looks like you have the auto focus in Macro mode exactly right. I have tried to explain this many times of these forums, but still you see huge, out of focus pictures because of a couple of simple settings. Great job and explanation. Succinct! :)