Headed to Utah for a no prep race this weekend and decided to stop on the way at the Golden Spike museum. They run replicas of the Jupiter and 119 every day. They were built in the 80s as diesel fired and converted in the 90s to their proper fuel sources- wood fired for the Jupiter and coal for the 119
It's time to stand up to the bully. Support the companies that support the industry, not the ones that tear it down. Say no to Traxxas Factory Works website
This guy is a school teacher from Pontiac and he was on a field trip to Springfield a couple years ago when this picture was taken. His name is Paul Aplington.
I don't care who you are, that's funny.
Speaking of The Kang:
When I was little, we lived in Tupelo, Elvis' Hometown, I went to Elvis Presley Day Care Center while the Folks worked. It was the Building that the Museum/Gift Shop is now, right behind the TWO ROOM House his family lived in....
When trying to take pictures I am always looking for either an interesting yet not distracting backdrop or just highlighting the subject.
The bathtub gives an interesting semi-reflective background and tends to diffuse a flash fairly well.
Ha! Hadn’t seen the duck.
As you said, moving the flash away from the camera and applying a larger diffusing surface to the light should improve the lighting drastically.
A white sheet across the top of the tub over the car and the light source...