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Thread: Scenes Without Trains - 2021

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    Nothing coming?
    Kor28 by CN Edmonton, on Flickr
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    Waaa, look behind you!

    Nice scene. I've been having NWL withdrawals, and waiting for new shots!
    Neil

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    Yep, not a good place to stand
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    See Rory, stand away from the tracks! You never know what may sneak up behind you!



    Messing around with SweetFX settings to get some dark skies and darker shades on lighter objects. Trial and error, and it doesn't translate as nice as I hoped into the pictures.


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    For sure! On the subject of night lighting, there has to be a way to convert locomotive engine lights to somehow work on street lamps and other overhead lights similar to RW. I know it was discussed before but it would revolutionize ORTS a bit better on night activities.
    Rory

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    Car headlights would be even more amazing, lighting up the side of a train at some remote crossing

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    Quote Originally Posted by qballbandit View Post
    See Rory, stand away from the tracks! You never know what may sneak up behind you!



    Messing around with SweetFX settings to get some dark skies and darker shades on lighter objects. Trial and error, and it doesn't translate as nice as I hoped into the pictures.


    Neil I dig the lighting, can't wait to see when your dialed in!!!!
    Kevin Kelleher

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    Fantastic .....Wow!
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    Neil they just keep on getting more real, in fact I had to look twice!!!!
    Kevin Kelleher

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