Medium Format Railroading...

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Orgnoi1, Mar 23, 2007.

  1. Orgnoi1

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    Just a couple shots from my monday jaunt out shooting trains... I was testing out a new camera (a Mamiya 645AF)...

    both taken with that, a Mamiya 45/2.8, and Ilford DeltaPro 100

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    Nice shot, I really like the second one.
     
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    On the first one maybe crop out the house in the top right. I love the second one, a lot. So one is a good shot and two is an amazing shot. :)
     
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    Both look good to me. If I had to choose, it would be #1. Great job of setting up the shots.
     
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    I actually like #1 the best. I'm a sucker for B&W. #2 is very good too, don't get me wrong.

    On #1, I think the house on the right fits in well, but would work a little better if it were completely within the frame.
     
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    I agree with the above post...house fits the scene well apart from being cropped.
    Cool shot.
     

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