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Old 04-17-2020, 07:31 PM   #27
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I may have better pictures in general but I think that, tehcnically, this is was my best train-tram picture so far. Let me know if you see another one you think would be more suitable for submission here.

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This is why I posed the question. I still think it's a good picture to be honest. Maybe not good enough for the level of the website. Fair enough. But it is also fair to ask the question "why not?".

I like your train pictures. Your flickr picture of the Budapest-tram has more light in it than mine for sure. But from an artistic point of view I still appreciate the golden-hour light tone of my picture.
I think your landscape/urban portfolio is much stronger than the rail one. Personally I really like this one, I don't know if it will get accepted but its a great image showing the railway in its urban context.
https://flic.kr/p/5Pd9JW
This Rotterdamm tram scene is nice too though the sepia toning won't fly here
https://flic.kr/p/7u7fxW
That particular spot in Budapest is full of opportunity with the market hall and the green iron bridge to the other side, I'd hope you shot more than just a tightly cropped shot of the tram.
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