4th of July photo fun

Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by caboosejumper, Jul 4, 2003.

  1. caboosejumper

    caboosejumper New Member

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    As some of you know on atlas forum there a once a week post called sunday night photo fun. On this post you can post pictures or give a link to something you have been workin on during the last week or to just share some of you favorite work. Thought I get that stared here... so let's see what you have any scale as long as it's railroad. I have some new work that I started on my web in "My O-scale Stuff" link I started the cliff work to separate the layouts and started the fall scenery take a look and let me know what you all think. I'm open if anyone has any idea's on this to.

    http://home.mchsi.com/~hinzpj3/
    :p :cool:
  2. belg

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  3. Matthyro

    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

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    Well it's no longer the 4th but will show you what I was building while watching the Jays being trounced by the Oriols
    It is a Division Superintendent's office and storeroom.
    The design for it was in the "Easy to build model railroad structures that was published by Kalmbach many years ago.
    It was priced at $2.00. At that time MR sold for 60cents a copy.

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    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

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    Another view. When painted I will post a picture of it in Scratchin and Bashin

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    I have been playing around with lighting, and my camera settings, I think I found a good balence with this picture. I used 2, 4' full spectrum bulbs, and no flash on the camera, the background doesn't look blue anymore, but I think the overall light in the picture is better!

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    Nice pics guys!!

    I posted some pics of my mining layout in a thread in the Geneal Talk forum, but thought I'd post a couple of them here...
    These were pics that I had posted before, but were deleted during a server crash hwere at The Gauge a couple of months back...

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    Drew1125 Active Member

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    Here's another one...

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    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

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    The fall look is great Charlie. Love the colours.
    SD 90 nice to see the long trains you can have on that super layout you have
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    hope im not bursting you bubble bu ti have already started weekend foto fun. i just missed it last week because if computer problems we haev had about 4 WFF's so far adn people have shown some great work adn great work tonight all
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    I may have posted this photo last week at Atlas, but am posting again to try out the-gauge's photo capabilities. I've made a bit more progress on the module shown (built several more structures and two more NJI signal bridges) but that'll have to wait for the next photo..... Grass and trees will start sprouting up very soon! I'm also thinking some of those new NJI LIGHTED crossing gates will look pretty sweet at those two crossings.

    Jack

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    strthoky, nice fireworks display! Is that on your layout?!
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    In Cheyenne, Where else? That H2 A/C unit behind the Superfleet cab doesn't do the unit justice. Too bad she's so weathered... Last, but not least, the perfect railfan vehicle.... (pic 2, my Dodge Dakota 4x4 washed/waxed, dusty)
    :D ;) :p :cool: :)
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