It’s a simple approach based upon integrating toy characters into real-life situations through the use of forced perspective in carefully crafted scenes. It can be indoors, outdoors or having the time to set up a well-crafted diorama.
The photo should not only focus on the featured subject, but the background plays a crucial part in telling a story in one image without the excessive photo manipulation. But the best shots are always come from natural environment and the lighting of course. It may not be perfect but once you nailed the best shot then you got it.
For last month’s ‘TEN Best Picks’ here are the photos from June 2015:
|Photo by Arnel Aquino|
|Photo by Ram Morales|
|Photo by Bin Zki|
|Photo by Geejay Plamenco|
|Photo by Mark Gatus|
|Photo by Kay Stevenson|
|Photo by Faro K. Rasyid|
|Photo by Bernard William Patty|
|Photo by Marlo Demo-Os|
|Photo by Clear Sardoncillo|
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