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Oct 01, 2010 16:44 |  #1

Went railfanning the last two days of the month, and as is my luck.....it was cloudy when I got to the nearest tracks.


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Oct 01, 2010 22:05 |  #2

I think this is the first time I've seen a separate horizontal & vertical blur in the same shot! :D


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Oct 02, 2010 09:48 |  #3

Thanks

It made me wish I had a camera with ISO 50. Luckily this place is only about 45 minutes from my house, and I can sneak back when the weather gets better.


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Oct 02, 2010 12:28 |  #4

Interesting catch with that first shot....like Frank said....I don't think I've ever seen motion blur in two directions at once before. The right side of the image needs to come up just a tad....I think if you level the horizon to the lower support on the bridge, it won't be quite so confusing to the eye.

Second shot is nice!


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Oct 02, 2010 23:00 |  #5

It is an S shaped dam, with the side on the right of the picture extending further down river then that on the left side of the picture. There used to be a mill on the side that I am located on. Part of the ruins of it are still there with a viewing platform located above what is left of the old mill.

You can see the dam in the shot of this location in the 1st picture in this thread

https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=857427

Trust me, I haven't beaten this shot into submission yet. I had about 10 minutes after I arrived before this train showed up.

And the first shot will always confuse the eye, due to having motion going in two directions.......but that is what I want........to convey that location as witnessed in real life..........the water and the train are moving.


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Oct 03, 2010 00:01 |  #6

love the first one




  
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