Old 08-09-2008, 04:02 PM   #1
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Hmmmm...don't know what to think on this one. I can't say that part of me I wasn't expecting it. But, still, I was hoping this not often seen look at rural railroading might stand a chance.
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I did manage to get the view of the engine in, luckily.
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Old 08-09-2008, 04:16 PM   #2
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It's a nice shot, oh well. Next time - easy to critique ex post!!! - I might step a bit to the left, getting more of a nose on view of the truck, in order to include the entire railcar being unloaded. That sort of increases the RR focus and reduces the truck.

I think it needs a bit more contrast also.

I like the shot!
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It needs to be a brightened for sure. Unfortunately you'll probably blow out the sky if you do that. Next time, perform a sun dance to the railroad gods.
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It needs to be a brightened for sure. Unfortunately you'll probably blow out the sky if you do that. Next time, perform a sun dance to the railroad gods.
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