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    The Ship San Salvador

    The Maritime Museum of San Diego is building a full-sized, fully functional, and historically accurate replica of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo’s San Salvador flagship of the Spanish expedition which first explored what is now the West Coast of the United States.

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    Re: The Ship San Salvador

    Great pictures and documentation. Where along the waterfront is the consruction site located?

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    Re: The Ship San Salvador

    Where along the waterfront is the consruction site located?
    San Salvador Build Site SpanishLanding right across the San Diego International Airport

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    Re: The Ship San Salvador

    Some interesting woodwork there, even if they are using slightly more modern equipment in places.

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    Re: The Ship San Salvador

    Hi james,
    Pictures 2,4,5 are my favourites. Great colours.
    One wish though,would be to not see the crane boom top right in image 2,the wood curves beautifully towards the sky and then i see the boom. But you have produced a great set.
    Glenn

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    James,
    this shot is my favourite.

    Well done great colection. Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: The Ship San Salvador

    Quote Originally Posted by JPS View Post
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    James,
    this shot is my favourite.

    Well done great colection. Thanks for sharing.
    Hi John how are you doing? I added the same seen at a different angle, check it out.
    Last edited by Jerry Soto; 14th April 2012 at 11:54 PM.

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    Hi Jerry,

    Nice shots - I enjoy shots like that.

    Just a minor thing though ... on my monitor (and according to the histogram) it doesn't look like the black clipping point is set quite high enough (I can see a slight "grey mist" over all of them (to varying degrees)). I quickly reset one of them to show you what I mean ...

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    Re: The Ship San Salvador

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff F View Post
    Some interesting woodwork there, even if they are using slightly more modern equipment in places.
    All in all it still is a great undertaking, thank you for taking a look. Make sure you check the thread in the future I will add images as the project progresses.

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    Re: The Ship San Salvador

    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Southern View Post
    Hi Jerry,

    Nice shots - I enjoy shots like that.

    Just a minor thing though ... on my monitor (and according to the histogram) it doesn't look like the black clipping point is set quite high enough (I can see a slight "grey mist" over all of them (to varying degrees)). I quickly reset one of them to show you what I mean ...

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    Hi Colin good to hear from you, I don’t have my monitors calibrated properly and the images look way to dark at the moment, good observation I am going to calibrate the monitors soon. Good fix!
    Last edited by Jerry Soto; 15th April 2012 at 03:40 AM.

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