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Re: C&TSRR = 488 = Hurleys Curve = Snow = Air.

December 04, 2019 09:31AM
Rob483 Wrote:
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> Roger,
> The last shot of the locomotive running up the
> hill away from the camera shows how bright the sun
> on the snow is: the "blue" sky over the pass looks
> almost black!
> Nice video!
> Rob

I would think that could be fixed in the editing program he uses. In the one I use you have a "Color Corrector" which you can go in to and lighten or darken things. In ours there is a function for the mid-blacks only. Thus you could lighten that and it would help brighten the engine and the sky. Maybe a little on the snow too, but it does seem a bit on the "Dark Side". I do like the location and Rogers expertise use of the drone! For future reference the best places for snow when its not thick on the rails is in the cuts, where it tends to drift. When I chased some plows in Canada there were times when they ran a few days after a snow cause it had drifted in so many places, even after they had plowed just a few days earlier!
Greg
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