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Detroit City Yard help

Discussion in 'Metal Heads' started by Sheat, Sep 14, 2002.

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  1. Sheat

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    Detroit City Yard help

    Discussion started by Sheat - Sep 14, 2002

    I know there are plenty of posts like this but i decided to make my own one because im sorta new.. But hey people i got a question i want to start painting trains and more trains but have one question lets say i paint a train car at night because thats the time me and my boys decide to go out. after the car is done how do i get a flick of it can a camera with a flash really get a good pic of it i just dont want to wait till the morning to go and get a flix and the trains gone. I like to get a collection of pics and show my friends. It seems that every time i go and take pics of bombs i did things are always way to dark... so anyone have any ideas
     
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    killmyself - Replied Sep 14, 2002

    cameras with flashes work great at night. usually come out pretty decent. always take a flick from slighty to the side of the peice not head on or you'll get a big ol' flash burn in the middle. there are places i take flicks that i cant even see my peice when in camera length away from the car and its turns out ok, if i get it centered good. good luck
     
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    Cracked Ass - Replied Sep 14, 2002

    Taking flash pictures in a yard at night is a great way to attract attention, except during a thunderstorm.
     
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    mugshot - Replied Sep 15, 2002

    use 800 speed film...or at least 400 speed film on an angle, dumb title for your thread though.
     
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    seeking - Replied Sep 16, 2002

    stay off the trains and out of the yards.
    if you cant even figure out how to take a picture, you sure as shit cant figure out how to paint a straight letter.

    and in the interest of the world, this will be closed now.
     
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