20:1 Euro coin replica

by skrekkogle, published

20:1 Euro coin replica by skrekkogle Nov 19, 2011

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We made this for an experiment photography project.
By placing it next to real, life-sized objects, it gives the impression of minifying them (by using tilt-shift effects, that is). We've gotten several requests from people who want to buy it, but as we're not making any more you can do it yourself.

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Wow. Some of those have the "feel" of a macro photo, but the more you look, the more you realize it can't be a model.

I guess you could call it "inflation."

Made me actually laugh and then say out loud "that's fucking brilliant!". :D

That is awesome! Never played around with tilt-shift myself, but your pictures are really stunning.

Bra jobba :)

Hi Greg, no this is no joke.

While it started out as a silly idea it's gotten a bit popular.

Check out http://www.skrekkogle.com/#coinphotohttp://www.skrekkogle.com/#coi... for the reference photos!

this is a joke right?

Wow. No joke. That is impressive.