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Painting With Light

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Did some work at the miniature railway late one evening with helpers (and their torches).
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That's interesting and very effective. I think it would be even better if the bright highlight bottom left was cloned out.
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Thanks John,

do you mean the track switching lever?

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I might have meant that if I'd known what it was called! I just feel it pulls the eye away from the advancing, perhaps even menacing, light.
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:lol:
Fair enough and thank you.

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Stbourne wrote:Did some work at the miniature railway late one evening with helpers (and their torches).
Good experiment, but apart from the train track I don't really get it. Sorry.
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