Re: Thanks, Chris!

I'll second that! Chris has taken some excellent pics, and done a great job
uploading and updating.
J.A. Michel
From one soul who didn't get to go to NARAM...thanks. Your NARAM Live
> updates have been the next best thing to being there.
>
> Jim Reyome
> Lyles, Tennessee
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Dittos.
A few more things like captions, photos/info on winning contest models, and running points through the week would be great (maybe next year...), but this year's coverage is a great service to the modroc community.
Jeff Vincent - Rocket Cynic(Tm) (comes from reading RMR for 9+ years)
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One more suggestion for the future: a ruler or something in the static photos to show the size of a model (particularly tough with PMC when you might have the same subject available in three or four different scales).
Jeff Vincent - Rocket Cynic(Tm) (comes from reading RMR for 9+ years)
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I thought of that as well !! I am working on making small ruler out of EL material. for 2 purposes. one to help with scale (might just use a quarter for that since adding a ruler would "yick" up the shot for print etc.. but also my nikon has NO active focus asssist in low light so it has a really problem getting focus in low light conditions. the el ruler would give it something to FOCUS on. since I set my shutter/aperature manually for shots like that most of the time it will not affect exposure.
Chris Taylor
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> > > > Dittos. > > > > A few more things like captions, photos/info on winning contest > >models, and running points through the week would be great (maybe next > >year...), but this year's coverage is a great service to the modroc > >community. > > One more suggestion for the future: a ruler or something in the > static photos to show the size of a model (particularly tough with PMC > when you might have the same subject available in three or four > different scales). > > Jeff Vincent - Rocket Cynic(Tm) > (comes from reading RMR for 9+ years) > > >
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