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shooting a train
shooting a train
jakowski308


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Challenge: Free Study 2007-06 (Advanced Editing V)
Camera: Nikon D70
Lens: Sigma 18-50mm f/3.5-5.6 DC for Nikon
Location: victorville, ca
Date: Jun 23, 2007
Aperture: 4.8
ISO: 800
Shutter: 20 seconds
Galleries: Rural, Transportation
Date Uploaded: Jun 23, 2007

I was shooting trains with my friend mark at night.

Adjustments -
cropping
RAW curves and color balancing

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Place: 513 out of 556
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Views since voting: 538
Views during voting: 176
Votes: 120
Comments: 6
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07/07/2007 10:05:42 PM
are you shooting a train or shooting the train shooters? Nice concept, just a little blinding. Did you change your flash for rear curtain fire?
07/05/2007 08:29:27 PM
Nice idea, but I'm not found of the flare.
07/05/2007 03:16:33 PM
Great shot.
Could look at ths for ages and there is always more to see,
But... Does miss something...

Good luck

Kev
07/03/2007 09:48:33 AM
Weird, but interesting. Despite the huge blown out area, there is something very artistic about this.
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07/02/2007 04:49:16 PM
Neat!
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07/02/2007 08:21:21 AM
I like the concept, but not sure about the finished product. I think that the light spot on the train is too much of a distraction from the other great colours created in the image. The two smaller lights in the middle are not too bad, but perhaps another position along the tracks without these two lights would have been a better option. Not sure when or for how long you exposed this but maybe to lessen the main light starting the shot earlier, (while further away) would lessen the effect. If this was the effect you were after then I congratulate you.
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