Rex, relax and enjoy it man, you earned it! BTW - Jarrell C. ("jacon12") on the Old Forum was asking about you, so I invited him over here.RexHea said:...After so much stress and work on building this scene, it is grand to feel that I accomplished something worthy of your wonderful compliments.
You bet, Eric! Especially when it just happens "spontaneously" like this one did...grande man said:Ken, railfanning is true "quality" time, isn't it?
Hey there Grande Man~grande man said:Jerrell, it's great to see you here. That pic is absolutely fantastic! Care to tell us how ya did it???
That is friggin awsome! I may have to test that once I build my winter diorama, with a little snow on the train, and all... *drool*jacon12 said:Hey there Grande Man~
I was going to post this...
but I forgot it. One strobe sitting up about 6 feet and aimed down on the model from behind. A black cloth for a background and a piece of white paper in the position you see to throw light back into the shadow side. I went outside and shot the moon and added it in. That's basically it, pretty simple really, not a lot of complicated lighting I mean..
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