Thread: "Going Away"
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Old 10-18-2017, 06:55 PM   #8
Joseph Cermak
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Originally Posted by abr View Post
For reference to the wider scene and the other end of the train (which reversed direction upon return via the eastern side of the Hudson): http://www.railpictures.net/viewreje...31&key=8093300. That rejection made me a little more averse to submitting another wide shot from this spot.

The light shifted somewhat as the train passed through. I have various shots of it along the shoreline, in differing light, including some where the nose of 145 is facing me also. Some a little more loosely composed and some a little more tightly composed, so any suggestions any of you have on picking one that strikes the right balance would be greatly appreciated.
I think this shot looks much more cloudy than the "going away" shot. It also helped that the gray sky was cropped out. As I said before, i think it stands a good chance with a looser composition and some other tweaks.
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