Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by jeffrey-wimberl, Sep 14, 2007.
Wow, Jeffrey, with that new camera, you've really got your model photography down to a fine art! That's some great modelling, too. :-D:-D
Seriously, though, a nice picture and well-composed. I've noticed a marked improvement in your technique now that you've got a decent camera to work with. :thumb::thumb:
Here's what I found happening on the Riverside RR today:
My BL2 waits on the siding as my F3 #4056, FA2 #6750, and B23-7 #1992 haul a local. Originaly it was just #1992 hauling the freight but apparently it experienced a mechanical failure and was blocking the mainline outside Riverside. #'s 4056 and 6750 were hauling another local 1950 A-A style when they received the call to go pick up #1992 and its freight. Because time was of the esscence, the two A units stayed together and brought in #1992...
..While RS-32 #4242 switched the spare yard. Apparently all the engines were working hard today, save one; Riverside # 1116, which has had a prolonged stay in the sheds due to the restoration projects of #'s 6750 and 1845. However, the guys allowed me to look at their progress at what they've finaly done since painting the engine. They let me take pics, too. Here's the progress so far:
Let me know what you think of my work so far
BTW Deano, the crew of Riverside says hi to Big Ed and the rest of your crew:thumb::mrgreen:
Keep the pics commin folks!
SOOOOOOOOOO many great pics!...............too many for a one fingered typist, such as myself, to list
GREAT JOB EVERYBODY!:thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb:
Since I'm working on a new Mine.....I finally broke down and got some coal hoppers.........I got so excited (like Deano with a new engine:winker, I took them out of the box and had to take a few pics:gaptooth::
It looks like your coal hoppers were just delivered Steve!
Lookin Good Steve: A little coal dust here and there and they will look even better.:thumb:
Charlie! WOW! fanastic! Those caboose shots are awsum..Thanks for posting them....
Okay, the engine is definitely a model, and the buildings behind it and on the left could be. The foreground, oddly enough, is what looks impossibly real. The pavement is too convincing.
One fingered typist? What did I miss? How did that happen? I told you those Xacto blades were really sharp!:mrgreen:
We're getting there guys!
A busy place
Nazgul, I really like your whitewater on the falls, what did you use, cotton? A lot of really nice photos, too many to make mention of. But I do want to say how innovative I thought it was to use an optivisor as a close up lens. What a nut. The cars look great, btw, but that is to be expected, eh?
Kodachrome...pulling away from the factory
Well, if you're looking for another picture...
Here's a tunnel motor in the morning sunshine behind Johnson's factory.
Now you tell me!!!:gaptooth:
Thank you guys:thumb:....I have a tutorial that Andrew (MasonJar) graciously put in The Academy:
The waterfall in the tutorial is not one of the falls on my layout but I made it with the same general techniques. Hope that helps.
Keep the GREAT pics comin'!!!
Charlie: Another great pic from the good ol days..Nice to see a Bicentenniel unit again..:thumb:
Herc: Nice shot of that kodachrome unit..:thumb:
The "Nash" flying through PT Jct. railfans at the ready..
Steve, WOW!!!:eeki: FANTASTIC SHOTS!!!:thumb::thumb::thumb: , The mine is looking GREAT!:thumb: , and those coal cars were an AWESOME addition to your rolling stock!!!:winki::mrgreen: .
Charlie, GREAT PROTO SHOTS!!!:thumb::mrgreen::thumb:
Herc, NICE SHOT of that tunnel motor:thumb::thumb::thumb:
Jeffrey, AWESOME PIC of the UP FA!!!:thumb::mrgreen::mrgreen:
Mark, NICE railfan pic!!!:thumb::thumb::thumb:
Thanks Nazgul, now I remember seeing that before, I'm getting senile!
Here is a shot of L&HR C420 #22 pulling out onto the new deck girder bridge on a recently completed small section of a new scene I'm working on. The new bridge replaces the abandoned wood trestle behind it. The loco is switching interchange cars at West Stockton yard.
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