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Graynomad

Great quote, applies equally of you replace US with AUS I think.

Duane, I'll see your 4x4 model and raise you a 6x6



1:1 scale :)

What size is that, it looks pretty big.

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the focus is on realistic performance and appearance.

That interests me, more so than the high-speed racing etc. Nice and slow so you can see the parts all working.

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now offer art filters that do the manipulation in the camera

I'm not a fan of doing anything in camera, you can't change your mind later.

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DuaneB

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Duane, I'll see your 4x4 model and raise you a 6x6


I will raise you an 8x8 1:10 scale, not mine, but still -

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3MGHRQDZHM

Duane B


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In Belgium we have MAX(Border distance) < 300km.

Heh.  That reminds me of one of my favorite insightful and in offensive jokes:
"The difference between the US and Europe is that in Europe, 100 miles [sic] is a long distance, and in the US 100 years is a long time."



And 4 years ago is pre-history.

I find it harder to express logic in English than in Code.
Sometimes an example says more than many times as many words.

Graynomad

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I will raise you an 8x8

Bugger, I can't find any 10x10 photos.

The 8x8 is fantastic, I could get into something like that. Did you see the dumptruck go belly up in the background :)

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100 years is a long time.

50 years and it's heritage listed here. Hey, you work with what you got.

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Rob Gray aka the GRAYnomad www.robgray.com

MichaelMeissner


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now offer art filters that do the manipulation in the camera

I'm not a fan of doing anything in camera, you can't change your mind later.

Well for still shots, the higher end cameras have the ability to shoot in RAW+JPG, and the RAW file is the image before the art filter processing.  My Olympus cameras even allow you to to go to a RAW file on the card, and select an art filter after the fact, and the camera will create a new image with the processing.  Doing art filters in the camera has one big advantage over doing it in post, in that you can see the effect as you are composing the image, and not have to wait until you are at the computer.  That being said, I tend to be old school and generally don't usually use art filters.

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