test pictures

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  1. farmer ron

    farmer ron Member

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    took a few pics with what is now termed an "old" digital camera, going to see if I can post them off a disk..

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    farmer ron Member

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    Wow, it actually worked, that was my new addition onto the branch of my layout, it is of my new interchange module. Will now try more with some additions.. Ron.
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    Try a few more, sorry about the quality, it is one of the old origional cameras, and now realize I should have had a little more light on some of the pics..live and learn..

    another shot of the front of the module, left side connects to the main layout while right side will go accross a large removable bridge, that goes accross a patio door, then into the log loading area..

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  4. N Gauger

    N Gauger 1:20.3 Train Addict

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    Nice pics!! You mean there are digi cams that are "old"?? :) It still takes good pics!! :)
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    farmer ron Member

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    front of one of the drop in pieces that will go on the back right of the module, when it is added you will not see much of this except looking down the street as the main scene will be the back.. I do a lot of my areas on drop in pieces, easier to work on at the work bench..

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    back of the drop in piece, this is what you will see as you stand at the front of the module..

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    close up of the back of the theatre area..

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    showing more of the back with rockwork and concrete, (the darker areas on the rocks are weeds and bushes) need to improve photo skills little, first time with digital on this type..

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    another back view..

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  10. MasonJar

    MasonJar It's not rocket surgery

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    Nice pictures - sometimes the "older" stuff is still good. Especially the low-res cameras - perfectly fine for web use since you don't need a huge image on the screen, and The Gauge won't let you upload one anyway...

    Nice work on the "drop-in". I have made my (few) structures on foamcore with this idea in mind... :)

    Andrew

    P.S. These aren't "test" pictures - they're keepers - put them in the Photos section! ;)
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    I see nothing wrong with those shots farmer ron. The shots are great as well as the workmanship.
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    another view,, old wooden fences will have to be added to back behind the buildings..

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  13. N Gauger

    N Gauger 1:20.3 Train Addict

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    Sounds good to me too - you want me to move this here thread over to Photog?? :) :)

    Let me know! & I will! :)
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    Yes, it would be appreciated, sorry I guess that is where I should have tried posting it in the first place..thanks again..Ron..
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    Nice modeling, Rpn!
    The structures & scenery look great!
    :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool:
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    Great photos and modeling Ron! :cool:
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    Nice work! I really like what you've done with the rocks and weeds (and the buildings too of course). It's these important little details that makes a scene look so realistic. As far as your camera, with the necessary resolution limit for posting it doesn't matter how many megapixels a camera has or doesn't have. Please keep us posted on your progress.
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    Looking good Ron! No need to apologize about the camera, or the shots - they look just fine. Your scenery is amazing!

    cheers
    Val
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    Hey Ron, your modeling looks great. Love that run down look on the rearside of these buildings. :cool:

    And by all means keep that camera - both focus and lighting are ok. Your talent for photography is as good as your modeling skills! :)

    Ron
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    Ron, the scenery on the backside of the module is outstanding! Very realistic!