Model Locomotives

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  1. Mo

    Mo TPF Noob!

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    Hi,
    These are my first pictures that I took in the evening that actually turned out ok. They are of some of my model locomotives.

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    What do you think?
     
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    Cool! It's interesting you live in the USA and model European type trains. I think I would have angled the pics in such a way as to exclude the cabs. That's the dead giveaway it's a model. I know we knew they were models going in but I would have gone for the realism. Cool pics though...
     
  3. Mo

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    Thanks. You can also tell they are models from the tracks and the couplings.
    I probably would have taken more pictures at different angles if it was day, but it was hard to set up my lamp so that there were no reflections, and without it it would be dark.
     
  4. Mo

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    Is color, b/w, or sepia best?

    I prefer b/w for the steam locomotive.
     
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    I like both, b/w and sepia. :oops:

    Very nice shots. :D
     
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