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 Post subject: Re: The half track build
PostPosted: 26 Aug 2017, 19:44 
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Friggin Henry!!!! The skill involved in making that ! Even the photography is exceptional. Crikey...

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I use a very basic set up for my photo's along with a simple camera(Sorry poor picture as taken with my phone camera). I set the White Balance to custom and point at the white back ground and set it at that. Take the photo's and then a very little adjustment on the computer.

I don't take photo's in direct sunlight as it causes to harsher shadows and also a nice bright day also helps

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 Post subject: Re: The half track build
PostPosted: 26 Aug 2017, 19:48 
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Even my better-half said, ''WOW!!!!'', so you can take that as an official endorsement that it ain't a bad job. :-D

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Even my better-half said, ''WOW!!!!'', so you can take that as an official endorsement that it ain't a bad job. :-D


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What a fantastic project! Wonderful skills and lots of interesting methods. =D>

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Dalboy, I salute you, your patience and skills. As an encore, I wish you to build me a Claas Dominator Combine Harvester at your earliest convenience. thanks in advance obviously :twisted:

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