Rustic Railroad

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  1. ToddM

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    Opinion anyone?

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    Scanned from neg. Desaturated to B&W then sepia tint added.
     
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    I like the overall effect (sepia and stuff). I dunno tho - I kinda would have got the feel that it was a real old railway - except for that damn fence in the front. Any way to lose it?
     
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    Actually I prefer completely different effect - I mean that train blurred and other stuff in focus.. but this is not bad.
     
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    I would like to see some part of the photo in sharp focus.
     
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    >Duck - I suppose just about anything could be gotten rid of with the clone tool. Would take quitet a while to do a proper job though. I actually thought the danger sign gave it even more of an isolated rural feel though, like maybe a train hoppin hobo view. You can deffinitely tell this is not a city train.
     
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    LOL. Fair call mate.
     

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