Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by Tyson Rayles, Mar 8, 2002.
No reason for posting this shot other then I liked it and hope you do too.
I like it too. Seems to have good depth of field. Also like the bright red loco.
I have a cheap scanner (can't wait till I can afford a digital camera) so the pictures are a little fuzzy and the color is not quite right sometimes and sometimes not. The loco ic really orange in spite of the picture.
Tyson - What I like about it is that it makes me want to walk down the tracks to find out what's around the bend. (Is that another way of saying I'm drawn into the picture?)
Wow! I thought that photo was from a digital camera. Nice shot and nice scenery.
Scanner aside, it's still a nice shot!
Not sure if I've made this recommendation, but I always get my photos thrown on a CD at the photoshop. Doesn't cost very much, I think $7-$8CDN (which is like what, two cents US??). That way I get home and don't even have to worry about scanning, poof, they're right there in jpg format.
So, what is around the corner?
She'll be comin' round the mountain when she comes........ TOOT TOOT!!
Great pic Tyson!
Very nice work, my friend!
You capture the look of the place so well!
You have some of the best N scale trackwork I've ever seen!
Keep 'em comin'!
Around the corner is the tunnel that goes uder the tobacco farm. I am going to check out the photo to CD deal and see what it costs here.Although I don't know how they get it on the CD without scanning it. If they do scan it I hope they have a better scanner then I do. Glad you liked the pic
FYI here's an example. Prototype photo I know, but I couldn't find any model ones quick. And this is shrunk from its original size of 600KB.
Gauge Ind now ships big time!
Ya gotta luv that Errol We now have a crate and a box car to ship it in. Won't be long and we'll have a consist and the motive power to pull it
Yeah but there had better be a caboose and not a Fred on the end of that train.
I like that one, Kettle!
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