Thomas the Tank Engine at Strasburg Pa.

© Gary Sagnor

Thomas the Tank Engine at Strasburg Pa.

Uploaded: July 03, 2013

Description

This is a repost of an image I took in 2002. It was taken with my first digital camera...a point and shoot from Canon, the 4 megapixel G2. The old post was looking dated since Photoshop has come a long way along with my editing skills. People often ask “what kind of camera do you have?” when they see a good photo. One doesn’t necessarily need an expensive DSLR to capture a good scene…though it does help later on as skills progress.

Exif: F Number: 5.6, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/640 seconds, Flash: did not fire., ISO: 50, FocalLength: 7.00 mm, Model: Canon PowerShot G2

Comments

Colette M. Metcalf July 03, 2013

What a cute image:0) #1534679

Gary Sagnor July 04, 2013

Thanks Colette!
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Ellen Hodges level-deluxe December 27, 2013

Very cute and well done capture, Gary!! #10930072

Gary Sagnor January 04, 2014

Hi Ellen! Thanks very much...and Happy New Year!
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