Bridge crossing...

Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by Uteram, Jan 29, 2003.

  1. Uteram

    Uteram Member

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    Caught this shot while photographing the layout below. I think it's one of my better shots out about a million I've taken so far.

    Modeling is a piece of cake compared to photography. :rolleyes:

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  2. Lighthorseman

    Lighthorseman Active Member

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    ...All I Can Say Is, "WOW!!"

    That is a breathtaking picture! Beautiful colour, and a SPECTACULAR job on the scenery. I hope I can do as well some day. Thanks for sharing this with us.
  3. Gary Pfeil

    Gary Pfeil Active Member

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    Nice shot, the Aspens look great.
  4. shamus

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    Nice photo Uteram, I do like the foliage you have on it.
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  5. jon-monon

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    Nice photo, I hope you don't mind I've brightened up your shay for you. This is what I love about digital imaging, you can adjust one area and leave the rest alone. We used to have to have our own darkroom to do so...

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  6. Uteram

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    Not at all Jon. In fact, thanks for adding the smoke on the other image. That's one thing I always somehow leave out when sharpening up my photos.
  7. Freddo

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    Scale / Photo Equip?

    Great shot!

    What scale is your layout...and...what photo. equipment bought you that photo. I'm posting a new thread to get me going with documenting my progress with photo's.

    Thanks! - Fred
  8. Uteram

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    thanks all.

    Freddo, for this shot, I used a Nikon 775 set at low brightness and -1.0 exposuure. For lighting (don't laugh), I simply use 120 watt incandescent indoor floods from a celing fan. I use a 4O watt light for fill-in.
  9. interurban

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    Hi Uteram.

    Thats one fine shot, a lovely layout:)

    As you said its hard to get THE shot. That`s one reasone I plunged for the digital camera I can take twenty shots and only like one, the rest can be erased:D :D :D :D :D :D
    But I still like my SLR :rolleyes: If I can just find it:rolleyes:
  10. Tyson Rayles

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  11. sumpter250

    sumpter250 multiscale modelbuilder

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    SWEET !
    You've come a long way since your first posts. Keep up the good work! (and post more pictures):D :D :D
  12. aartwmich

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    Uteram...great modeling and photos. Those trees are FANTASTIC!!!


    Jon-Monon..how did you lighten ONLY the engine?


  13. t. alexander

    t. alexander Member

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    Wonderful modeling and photo Uteram.

    t.