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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.

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Absolutely, I will only be adding smoke/fog as and when I get the urge to do so.

Did some awhile ago using a different method but never with much success.

 

Rest assured resolute followers I will not be going all arty on you, well never say never!

 

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1 hour ago, KNP said:

To prove it, here's a 'normal' picture

That is in itself an absolute work of modelling art.

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1 hour ago, KNP said:

To prove it, here's a 'normal' picture

 

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We want smoke out of the chimney now Kevin, haha:nono:

 

And a Bonfire in the Garden.:D

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2 hours ago, KNP said:

To prove it, here's a 'normal' picture

 

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As it is, just perfect,:good: so tranquil and peaceful. you can almost hear the birds singing.

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1 hour ago, Andrew P said:

We want smoke out of the chimney now Kevin, haha:nono:

 

And a Bonfire in the Garden.:D

 

Beat me to it, just what I was going to say!  :D:D 

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As children a derelict place like that would have been a magnet. It looks so like the places that were everywhere before every barn and shed became a des Res. I would have been straight in that old box van looking for interesting bits of junk. 

I remember being about 14 and finding an old Cymota attached to a Hercules bicycle in the outbuildings of a house being demolished. One of the lads from school who had come with us said: "What the #### do you want that old thing for?" My mate replied: "You watch, he'll be down here on a motorbike tomorrow". He wasn't quite right, it was early the next week, thanks to my great uncle showing me how to split and reassemble the crankshaft.

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New camera settings?

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So, what has changed?

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7 minutes ago, phil.c said:

So, what has changed?

Camera set on Aperture priority, ISO on auto and when editing only using first two third’s of the post focus frames not all of them

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

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44 minutes ago, phil.c said:

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

So did I but the latest batch have been on self setting at 800 and the grain is minimal.

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26 minutes ago, Ponthir28 said:

Could be or is it a property developer.

Ohhhh....

never thought of that ...

Redevelopment!

Little Muddle will lose one of its landmarks.

Must set up a save the derelict house campaign.

Or

I could develop it myself...

High rise block of flats should do....

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Turn it into an Air B&B .

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1 hour ago, KNP said:

High rise block of flats should do....

 

I bet you don't!

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Naaah! Just Photoshop the flats, dead realistic that way and a lot easier :yahoo:

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I took a lot of this loco so a few more to go..

 

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2 hours ago, KNP said:

Must set up a save the derelict house campaign.

 

You could add a skip and some piles of building materials, to suggest the house was being renovated?

 

Al.

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27 minutes ago, Alister_G said:

 

You could add a skip and some piles of building materials, to suggest the house was being renovated?

 

Al.

 

In them days a skip was something that came between a hop and a jump!

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57 minutes ago, Tony Teague said:

 

In them days a skip was something that came between a hop and a jump!

 

That's true, wasn't thinking. I guess the equivalent would be a cart of some description.

 

Al.

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