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Phil Podmore

Tamiya 1:48 P-51D, "The Millie G"

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Hi Everyone,

She's been finished for about a wek now, but have just got chance to take some decent(ish) photos!

I hope you like her!

Tamiya 1:48 P-51D "The Millie G" flown by Lt. Col. Edward B. Giller 343rd FS 55th FG

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Very nice Phil, very nice indeed, love the weathering.

Darren

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Very worn but nice.

Thanks for sharing

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Really nice job on a lovely kit, love the paint job and weathering, looks like it's been in heavy use!

Rich

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Wow, the weathering on that is sublime - I especially love the fuel spills, they look fantastic.

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Really nice Stang.

I'm afraid, the overall lighting conditions while taking these pictures do not thoroughly live up to your model's finesse,

withholding quite a decent share of fine details.

"Minimal" suggestion:

Placing your model on two sheets of white (or blue) A2-sized card stock and taking the pictures in the daytime on a day with an overcast sky - homogeneous lighting and soft shadows.

On the other hand, taking pictures in the glaring sunshine is almost just as bad as too little lighting. ;)

Cheers,

Erik

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That is a beautiful Mustang. A great model to withstand such close up shots and still look so good!

Shame about the dark photos, but that's what learning is all about!

Congrats.

JR

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