Garahbara goes Digital

Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by Woodie, Jul 16, 2001.

  1. Woodie

    Woodie Active Member

    At last I got hold of a digital camera. Much better for layout pics!
    Where there is a railway, there is a pub! Termunis Hotel at Garahbara Gully

    Union Pacific "Doodlebug" redone in Victorian Railways DERM scheme, departs Garahbara Gully.

    Victorian Raliways T Class (circa 1965) and New South Wales Gov't Railiways "Tuscan" 48 Class (circa 1970) await their turn in the yards at Garahbara.

    For more piccies, try and the July 2001 pics.

  2. shamus

    shamus Registered Member

    Hi Woodie,
    Very very nice photo's friend, what diggy camera have you got to play with? What features has it got, ie manual override on focus/exposure etc. The reason I ask is I have been using a cheap digital for some time now and can override the auto functions to a limited degree. Cost around $200 when new. I find it needs less light by far than using a 35mm with as much light as possible.


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  3. Woodie

    Woodie Active Member


    Dunno what sort of camera is was. Had a party at my place Sunday arvo and one of the guests had one with them. Put a diskette in it and pointed and clicked. Didn't set anything up properly or lighting or stage anything. Just used the light coming in the window.
    I'm gunna have to get one of those gadgets!! [​IMG]


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