Train long exposure

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  1. Badebolden

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    A photo I took at a bridge near a train station.

    I hope you like it :cool:

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    Nice splay of light and excellent PoV, but exposure time is too long to see the train.... not even a ghost image of the train. :no smile:
     
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    i don't think it matters if you see the train, this is an art picture and he can interpret his art any way he wants

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    Nice photo. I am surprised that the passing train didn't shake the camera/tripod as it passed.
     
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    Thanks guys!
    And yes, I just wanted the light streaks above the rails :)
     
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    ^^ On that note, yes, this is a fine example. I was taken aback from the title of the image in my original comments.
     
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    Ah, no worries, thank you. Perhaps I should try another shot, with a visible train :)
     
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    I'm also quite shocked by this, I mean it looks like you were no further then a couple feet away from thi passing train and it's a very sharp photo, i'm surprised.
     
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    Nice photo. I really like the long exposure.
     
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    i like it...train or not. its a good composition
     
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    Sweet image, I've had my eye on light photography and this has inspired me a bit
     
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    I like it, the rail makes it apparent its a train!
     

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