Old 11-26-2006, 04:19 PM   #1
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Hi guys,

Ok i tried but rejected (i wouldn't have bet on acceptance lol). But i share it with you. I like the 'geometric' mix with the details of a crossing wings. I didn't use any flash koz the light was really nice (sunset).



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Old 11-26-2006, 06:40 PM   #2
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Is it a stick figure taking a picture sticking its square "arm" in front of the camera?!

Did you take one of the full crossbuck? That may work better in the future. I agree that the light really brings out the detail but as far as railroad photography is concerned, this doesn't really show railroading.

I do applaud the artistic intiative you possess, people should take note of that!

BTW, amazing uploads this morning! If it were up to me this:
Image © Renaud Chodkowski
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Photograph © Renaud Chodkowski

would be a Screener's Choice, but ::sigh:: it's not. Keep it up!
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