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Frank53
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posted on Feb 26, 2013 11:43 PM:
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Morning light shot on the Lionel Lines. Our woebegone Fuller Brush man chases down the 8:15 to Irvington.



 

   

JohnBoy
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posted on Feb 28, 2013 09:53 AM:
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Wow that is quite a beautiful photo Frank! Great use of light, combined with detailed modeling, and still managed to get some 3-rail track in there to prove it's not a real scene. Wonderfully done!

Curious: was this taken from a camera mounted on a train on the track?

John
 

   

Frank53
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posted on Feb 28, 2013 10:10 AM:
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Thanks John. I think the camera was placed on a bean bag on the track, but definitely not shot from a train. Although it could very well be the perspective of a passenger looking out the back window of the observation car.
 

   

Richard E
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posted on Apr 6, 2013 11:49 AM:
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Frank
Nice picture. I also have used a beanbag along with a remote shutter release. Because the camera often is in a place were I couldnâ??t use the viewfinder, Iâ??ll take multiple shots and hope one of them is good. Your photos manage to have incredible depth of field, what camera lens combination are you using?
 

   





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