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Old Today, 03:48 PM   #526
RobJor
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Setting up on a cold night can be difficult and everyone needs to learn. These stations are hard to shoot because of the limited platforms.

However, Problem I have is some of the equipment in the scene could have been cropped or cloned out. Some of the exposure problems could have been lessened in PS or corrected with a test shot. Besides that, in one image, he walked all over the fresh snow in the foreground which is like winter photography 101 and in one he is standing pretty close to the tracks. He is lighting the train but there is no angle plus you don't want to stand that close?? It makes the crews nervous and even the slightest misstep can be very bad. I have been on one of those platforms and these freights really barrel through at night with a real wind blast.

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