Couple of pics, just testing my camera.

AtomicVette Oct 27, 2009

  1. AtomicVette

    AtomicVette TrainBoard Member

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    Figured I'd test my camera skills on these tiny trains...

    Couple of AC4400's pulling some autoracks..
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    AC4400's again and the little Athearn 2-8-0 in the background.
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    Sideways.....
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  2. AtomicVette

    AtomicVette TrainBoard Member

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    GS-4
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    GS-4 and Daylight Express consist..
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    These turned out a lot better than I expected!
     
  3. Traindork

    Traindork TrainBoard Member

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    Nice shots!
    If there's anything that I've learned from taking countless photos of my trains (most too crappy to post) is to use lots and lots of light.
     
  4. Trucklover

    Trucklover TrainBoard Member

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    Those are some nice shots!! There a tad on the dark side, i would suggest getting some white flood spotlights. You can get a clip socket and hang it from a portable pole or whatever you may have at your disposal to get some more good light to shine on the areas your photographing :D
     
  5. doofus

    doofus TrainBoard Supporter

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    Digital cameras are really advantageous. You get instant pics and can delete anything you don't like and try again. They also are great for pointing out mistakes often overlooked! I always take pics of a certain area and the scope them out on the 'puter. The camera always shows things that are missed in real time.:pbaffled:
     
  6. Heath

    Heath TrainBoard Member

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    If you ever get tired of those 4400's or all those bnsf hoppers let me know:tb-biggrin:
     
  7. maxairedale

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    That is a heck of a super elevated curve!![​IMG]

    Wish I had the space for a yard that big.

    Gary
     
  8. sandro schaer

    sandro schaer TrainBoard Member

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    now that's a cool idea ! model railroad ON the wall instead ALONG the wall.... this saves a lot of floor space.

    thanks for sharing your idea.

    ;-)
     

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