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Technique For Filming Moving Trains
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 Posted: Fri Jul 29th, 2022 06:23 pm
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pipopak
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Hi y'all

Just found this very simple technique

for shooting trains while moving.


May be old news, but new for me...

https://i.imgur.com/uDAIMVm.gifv

Jose.




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 Posted: Mon Aug 1st, 2022 07:49 am
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pipopak wrote:
Just found this very simple technique

for shooting trains while moving.


Not possible for me,

as the shelf in front of the layout,

would be filled with disassembled stuff...




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 Posted: Mon Aug 1st, 2022 09:28 am
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Gerold

I have the solution for you,

assemble the stuff on the shelf... haha.

:!:

I haven't seen that idea before,

seems to work out well.

........Peter.



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