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Discussion in 'Your Completed Kits' started by Screaming Eagle, Mar 17, 2008.

  1. Screaming Eagle

    Screaming Eagle Active Member

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    well hopefully these are some better pics of my P-47D for all to enjoy. This is probably the best one I have done so far!

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    Enjoy!
     
  2. Screaming Eagle

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    and a couple more,

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    Pic of all my models so far, with the punisher watching over them :)
     
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    A bit better mate, still a little blurry. :)

    Looks pretty good though

    I see a C47 and Union Pacific HO loco?
     
  4. Wayne Little

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    Hey man your getting better!:) Somehow your focusing is not quite right in the first couple, but the yard is crystal clear, even though it's not supposed to be.:)

    Nice little collection in the second set of pics though, good work mate.
     
  5. Wurger

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    Yep these pics are better.I agree with Wayne the yard is cristal clear.What kinf of a camera did you used?

    The P-47 model and your collection look very nice SE.:D
     
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    You might try taking the picture from further away and then cropping it for better focus. You may be too close to get good focus.
     
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    I agree with you Evan.It seems SE takes too close his pics.
     
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    Love the pics of the grass. What kind of mower do you use? :) ha ha. Just razzin ya. From what I can make out, the razerback looks good.
     
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    actually thor thats my neighbours yard, he just finished mowing as I took the pics! Thank you for all the kind words guys and yes heinz well spotted! the SD-24 was a real gem off ebay and the c-47 I bought as a ready made kit from toyworld for $15.00. As for the quality of the pics I apologise, the camera has just started doing this lately, but it also could be operator error! :) Anyways I will have another play around with it when I get back from brisbane again.
     
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    :lol: :lol: Good one Thor..LMAO, I was going to make some wise crack about the yard too, but thought Nah...SE is tryin' real hard. I'm glad I take plenty of shots, so I can delete the cr*ppy ones...
     
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    SE, you musty be using my camera! Wondered where it went! :) great looking planes and the P-47 does look great.

    (you gotta water those weeds though.)
     
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    Good stuff mate, I like that UH-1C too!
     
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    thanks guys, all your kind words and encouragement really makes building these things worthwile! :)
     
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    They look pretty good, very blurry on my monitor, it's a good size and I'm sure that don't help. How you photographing them? I'm a photographer so maybe can solve the blurry issue if you like.

    Anyway thanks for sharing, I'm sure the photo's don't do justice

    Darrell
     
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    I don't know how it has been happening. I have been taking the photos like normal but it just seems to be doing this lately. I guess I will go and have another play around today. Any help is appreciated.
     
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    Hi,

    If the pics were taken with a digital camera you have had to set zoom improperly.Possible you didn't have the macro option activated.
     
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