Railroad tracks for C&C

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  1. JAFO28

    JAFO28 TPF Noob!

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    I know this type of shot has probably been done to death, but I thought i'd give it a try. Any C&C would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.


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    Good DOF and gutzy to stand in front of a speeding train! A polarizer filter might have added some sky detail. Exposure looks good and the BW works in this shot.
     
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    I like it as a railroad nut. Photo is good I just like the old look of the wooden ties as opposed to the concrete ones. What line is this? Must be fairly heavily used.
     
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    Thanks guys. Scout the train was quite far away, it took at least two or three minutes for it to pass. Heretothere, I actually think the ties are concrete, the B&W might mask that. The line is NJ Transit near Round Valley reservoir.
     

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