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HI All

i wondered if there was a site or help in downloading for free any backdrops for 00 i need about 15ft worth and would love a country scene if possible i do have a few photos but wonderd what software to use to make them into panaramic

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One of many
http://freemodelrailwayresources.weebly.com/backscenes.html

found it by Googling  model railway backscenes free

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There is also this :

http://www.hall-royd-junction.co.uk/Products/Scenic_Backscenes/scenic_backdrops.html

11' of free backscene to print out !

Cheers, Gary.

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Couple more

http://www.wordsworthmodelrailway.co.uk/backscenes.html

http://windward.f1p.co.uk/download/pages/Backscenes.html



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you guys are the best i thank you from the bottom of my bowler

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Hi Chris, an alternative if you want something specific is to take the photos your self and take the sim card to your local photo shop and get them to print them off it shouldn,t cost much more than the price of the ink you would use if you download and print your backscene.
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If it helps, my local printer quoted £45 for a 72" x 15" print on sticky-back vinyl in full colour from my own images.

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There is a program called Posteriza that helps you to print banners on standard A4 paper

http://www.posteriza.com/es/index.php?lang=en_US

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If you are taking your own pictures it is best to use a camera that can be set manually. With automatic exposure taking a series of adjoining shots can have the problem of the exposure and hence the image being different making it difficult to put them together.

Being able to set it up manually means the same exposure is used across a number of shots. This means that scenery tends to match better between shots.

If you have an old film camera then these tend to be better for this type of job than a modern digital. Film £1 from from Poundland and get it processed with a scanned CD rather than prints.



                 

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