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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by shamus, Jul 27, 2002.
This photo was taken with the room lights out and a 1 and a half minuet exposure time.
Thanks Tyson, did that for a bit of fun the other night.
Ve-e-e-e-e-ry nice Shamus! Right down to the reflection on the rails too.
Truly a work of art Shamus
The wife says "Thats awwwwsome" " tell him I like that"
Excellent photo. You could almost hear the crickets.
Thanks my friends, I ljust love playing around with the camera.
We like it when you play around with the camera too!
Shall I play some more Gary
What do you think I'm going to say, no?
Truly interesting, Shamus. What else have you got up your sleeve?
Very cool and wonderful picture Shamus, you should send that to Railroad Modeler so everyone can see it and enjoy it.
Hi Guys, thanks for the comments, very nice.
Okay, I will keep on snapping. As for MR mag. "Kalmbach publishing", they already have my old Badger Creek on their website
That is so cool how you have all those lights on your layout!
Maybe I'll give that a try sometime!
At this point, I feel lucky that I have track, & trains running!
Excellent photo, old friend! I just LOVE that stuff!
btw...Does BCLC pay those guys "night-time differential"?
Thanks one and all for the kind comments.
88, I have crickets on the CD along with all manner of birds/shay sounds etc that I use.. Could do with some Tree felling sounds - (T i m b e r) any offers.
Shamus, what's the wattage on those bulbs? I guess they're fairly small for such a long exposure time. (Of course I say this not knowing much about photograhy)
Hi Scott, Those are just 12volt grain of wheat bulbs, running from a 9 volt transformer. Got around 60 on the layout I tend to bunch them in 20's then run them to a SPST switch, hardly ever have the lot on at once, would drain the poor tranny.