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Old 10-30-2009, 09:00 PM   #6
Join Date: Oct 2009
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You could try local shows but your prices will have to be lower. Sold about 11 prints to a collector last year. It was my first major sale but I live in an area where there is a decent demand for emerging photographers. Generally people are not interested in a straight up wedge shots with the locomotive in them, and unless you just want to sell to railfans you will be limiting yourself. You can certainly do railroad photography in such a way that the image is appealing not only to railfans but ordiinary folks alike. That's often my goal.
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