Looking down the tracks

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  1. Wally

    Wally TPF Noob!

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    From this past weekend. Canon 300D sigma 18mm lens. Desat and toned on Photoshop CS2. As always please share any comments, thoughts, ideas, spare money etc.

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  2. JonMikal

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    damn nice shot! i absolutely love the perspective and how you carry us straight down the track. did you do something other than sepia toning? did you add a bit of IR as well?
     
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    The perspective on this is great, very unique!
     
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    Everyone and their track photos :p
     
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    Thanks everyone for the kind words. As for the IR no, it has been VERY dry here and the grass and plants along the tracks are a very light brown. Can you say Brush Fire?
     
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    This is a really nice photo, you should try doing this again with a old style train on the line if they run on it, it will fit in perfectly!
     
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    This is a wonderful shot. Great angle.
     

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