Trying out new camera (Christmas)

Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by lester perry, Dec 27, 2006.

  1. lester perry

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    [​IMG]I used to have to borrow a camera for my pics now I have my own and I love it.

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  2. oldtanker

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    Great looking pictures! must be a nice camera!

    Rick
  3. lester perry

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    Would you believe it is a Kodak? It is a easy Share Z612, 6.1 megapixel. I am amazed at what it will do. Need a couple of years of college to operate it if you take it off of auto.
    Les
  4. Illus

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    I like the second picture, the reflection of the sun (flash) off the car bumper looks cool...
  5. lester perry

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    I used a flood light no flash. I like your avtar. H8 at Ford foundation in Dearborn Michigan, correct?
    Les
  6. oldtanker

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    Les, Kodak actually makes a pretty good Digi cam. Our son got one of those a few weeks ago, stood in line outside of target from like 4AM....sign1 kids:thumb:


    Rick
  7. Gary S.

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    Nice photos. Your layout looks great.
  8. UP SD40-2

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    NICE PICS LES!:thumb: i always liked to see pics of your layout, and perhaps well get to see some more pics of the BIG STEAMERS you have:thumb::D. GLAD you got a good camera:thumb:.

    THANKS!:D -Deano
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    Beautiful pics. In the first picture, there is a flaw in your lens on that right track. Or is that an ...er....um....:D :D :D

    Lynn
  10. TruckLover

    TruckLover Mack CH613 & 53' Trailer

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    Nice Pics Les, very clear!! I agree with Deano, lets see some more or your layout and those big steamers of yours. :D :D :D
  11. YmeBP

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    Yowzers those pictures are awesome!! How did you get them to fit into the small upload size of the gauge and still look so good.
  12. lester perry

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    Not a flaw it is crooked track. Not an operational problem and hard to reach, not worth the effort to fix and I know why it is there.

    I use Photobucket.
    les
  13. Relic

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    Do y'find that y'notice stuff in photos that would slip by in real life , like the insulaters on the telegraph poles?
    Very nice pics by the way
  14. doctorwayne

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    Good to see ya back here, Les.:wave: Nice pictures too, but a couple shots of a big loco or two wouldn't hurt, either.:D :D

    Wayne
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    I lOVE that first shot with the hostler helper/switchman riding the pilot and giving hand signals to the hogger. Very seldomly does something like a crew working get modeled so it's refreshing to see. Not a bad loco either!

    In fact, you have a very nice layout, show it off!