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phil.c

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    South Wales
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    Recording music, professional master engraver, fast Italian red cars.

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  1. phil.c

    Little Muddle

    There's not an angry enough button!!!
  2. phil.c

    Little Muddle

    Or dump it somewhere/anywhere which is common practice today! Slightly off topic, we have a country park just next to my house, the park has hand carved animals here and there, one area has a badger about four feet long and a stoat two feet high standing on a tree trunk, the heads have just been chopped off
  3. phil.c

    Little Muddle

    Naaah! Just Photoshop the flats, dead realistic that way and a lot easier
  4. phil.c

    Little Muddle

    I always use the lowest ISO to minimise grain, I also focus stack when needed.
  5. phil.c

    Little Muddle

    So, what has changed?
  6. phil.c

    Little Muddle

    New camera settings?
  7. phil.c

    Little Muddle

    Yes, I agree, modelling has to be seen for what it is, but as I said "Just a bit of fun" When I add these pictures to Pen Y Bryn I alway post the original model shots.
  8. phil.c

    Little Muddle

    Looks good, I use sampled real smoke/steam and then brushes etc to add to, the trick with some shots is to get the smoke behind buildings, lamp posts and under bridges etc
  9. phil.c

    Little Muddle

    The biggest problem when adding smoke and steam is knowing when to stop as it becomes addictive, sometimes less is more and some fantastic effects can be added, of course we are getting away from real modelling but as I said with my caption in the PS picture, it's just a bit of fun and adds that extra bit of missing realism
  10. phil.c

    Little Muddle

    Just a bit of fun
  11. That's the trouble with backscenes as they are taken from just one angle and we take shots from every angle
  12. Looking good, just a suggestion, stretch the distant sidings to the right of the signals.
  13. phil.c

    Little Muddle

    Lovely shot, good composition
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