On the subject of cameras...

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jacon12

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Another thing that helps pictures and gives them more impact is to get down on the level of the subject. I know there are times when we want to show what's behind the locomotive, or an entire scene, so we have to shoot from a much higher angle than usual. But to get that ooooommph in a picture try getting on the models level. That was the idea behind the picture of Hannah, my English bulldog..
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and it's the same with model trains..
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It's really simple stuff it's just that most don't think about it.
Jarrell
 




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