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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by shamus, Apr 18, 2004.
Evening has arrived, but still things to do.
As usual, great pictures, Paul. :thumb: You can almost smell the sawdust in the evening air.
Shamus ,,, very nice scene`s. I love putting these together.
I can see I need more detail on my attemps.
Thanks for keeping us intrested in getting "better".:thumb:
Great Pics Paul!! :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Shamus excellent pic's and work you present things in a new light and it gives it new life. I'm wondering how is it that you can put more than one photo in your posts I have never been able to figure that out? Pat
Thanks my friends, here's the last three.
Shamus, where do you find time to go on all these "railfanning" trips?
As always, they are awesome.:thumb:
Paul, as I've said in the past, your mini-scenes are always creative and very well done! And here's more proof of that statement in this thread! :thumb:
But your use of lights to create an evening or nighttime scene really adds a whole new dimension to the mini-scene concept and the level of reality. And then there's the fun of photographing these night scenes. I've really got to start adding lights to some of my models.
Expanding on the idea!
Well, first of all I must say the pictures are astounding! Interestingly and, on behalf of realism, I tought it would be fun to have an electric production plant on a layout, does anyone have any pictures of electric plants that would adequate to a logging layout?
So now those poor LPBs have to work overtime.
The lighting is perfect for these evening photos Paul. Nicely done.
Many thanks once again friends.
Hey Mike, can't wait to see some of your structures with lights working at night.
Fantastic! I overlooked these earlier :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
exemplairmry........ exempmalar......... eximlipar......... exemplaram........... bloody good. :thumb:
Thanks guys once again.
Impressive as usual! :thumb: :thumb:
It's awesome, how you caught the atmosphere again by adding those lights and getting the ideal exposure time for these evening shots.
So we're in for one more treat of your talents. Great!
Nelson, here's mine: