How to Photograph Your Models at little cost to you

John W Reid Sep 1, 2011

  1. John W Reid

    John W Reid TrainBoard Member

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    Hi guys ! I haven't been posting much recently as I am trying to finish up my fourth and final diorama commitment that I made to the Canada Aviation and Space Museum to have it finished before October of this year.Thing are going so well that I should be finished earlier than I planned.
    I am getting anxious to get back to the RR diorama for a much needed change then on to the Bleriot/Falcon sculpture after that.
    Right now I want to post a few pictures of a neat way of taking pictures of water scenes involving any type of modeling .It could be used for any model that passes on,by,over or through a water environment.I will post a few pictures I took the other day as examples,and later I will explain how it was done.
     
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    BoxcabE50 HOn30 & N Scales Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

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    Been wondering where you were...
     
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    Thank you ! nice to be back.Cheers ! John
     
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    I gotta say... made me wonder if you were modeling a flood! Then I saw the next shot of the model on the table.

    George V.
     

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