Our friend Bill Henning photo shopped in this great sky into the photo I took on my layout. 

L2a Mohawk with great sky.

All I could say was Wow and thank you Bill!

Skip  

TCA, LCCA

"On track, on time, and over budget!" 

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Now that is just like one of those promotional photos they used to run back in the day(pick a year from before 1975 or so). It really showcases it all in one mind burning image. Whether its the train, buildings, or an advertisement for just about anything(I know it isn't, but imagine if it was), you'd remember it.

"How fast are these running shoes? So fast that you'd think you were a steam locomotive breaking time against the morning sun coming up. Mohawk shoes, fastest running shoe east of Chicago.", announcer says.

Something like that. lol

Tuscan Jim posted:

That is so cool; the Mohawk looks like it is barrelling right off the bottom of the page. Excellent! (Alan, yours ain't too shabby, either!)

Jim...GHEE...thanks!..LOL!!  Hey, I know what you mean.  I like Skip's too because it would be perfect for a catalog cover!

Alan Arnold
CEO/Publisher
O Gauge Railroading magazine
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800-980-OGRR (6477)

Now, just just imagine what can be conjured up once some kind of Start Trek-type holodeck technology becomes affordable for the hobbyist...Eric Siegel will be doing a review on a projector module he installed on top of a water tower or outdoor privy.

Tuscan Jim

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Tuscan Jim posted:

That is so cool; the Mohawk looks like it is barrelling right off the bottom of the page. Excellent! (Alan, yours ain't too shabby, either!)

Jim...GHEE...thanks!..LOL!!  Hey, I know what you mean.  I like Skip's too because it would be perfect for a catalog cover!

That's sort of what I was saying Alan. But, it really could be for anything.

Skip that photo makes me think Lionel Catalog Cover.

Alan I didn't think photos of your fabulous downtown could get any better than the ones you've always been gracious enough to share with us but a great sky in the background proves I was wrong.

Quarter Gauger 48 posted:

The magic of "photo shop"... Good thing I don't have it'. I'd never get anything done..  Definitely  a cover shot for a train magazine'.. 

This is a lot less dramatic but still illustrates what Photoshop can accomplish. I PS'd the herbicide spray in this otherwise unretouched photo of my UP MOW guys at work.

TJ

UP weed sprayer, Terry Johnson [1)

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