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B&O Train Museam - Baltimore MA

 
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Jan 19, 2011 12:52 |  #1

Most of these are 6 exposure's, but a few are 9. I used Photomtix Pro and Photoshop to process these. For more info on my HDR Processing check out my free video tutorials Here (external link)

1 - The roof was even cool at this place!

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Jan 19, 2011 16:08 |  #2

SUPER job on the taking and on the processing Jay - those 3/4 view trains are my favs.




  
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Jan 19, 2011 18:28 |  #3

6+8 are my faves. awesome job!!


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Jan 19, 2011 19:10 |  #4

Just Amazing...


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Jan 19, 2011 19:18 as a reply to  @ Stargazerfrank's post |  #5

Nice work on all of these. I need to get back to the local train museum here soon.


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Jan 20, 2011 08:14 |  #6

I'm not a fan of the overly bright colors, but I'm sure others will find it to the liking. I'd be interested in seeing what the actual colors are and have a gage to how much is real vs. processing. There is a professional quality to all of these which separates your work apart from most of us. Nice job on all Jason, though the last one is money IMO.


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Jan 20, 2011 09:04 |  #7

The toning used in these is not my cup of tea, but I think all of the images would benefit from blending these toned images back into a couple of the original exposures with varying degrees of opacity and blending modes. The above images have snappy local contrast but suffer from the Photomatix blues/magentas and blotchy dark areas resulting from the smoothing operator that Photomatix employs. The color shifts and low frequency dark spots could be dealt with by blending with the best original exposures with the toned image.

Looks like a cool place.

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Jan 20, 2011 11:58 |  #8

A bit over processed for me, but they are well done, I am sure many people will enjoy them.


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Jan 21, 2011 04:25 |  #9

Very Nice Very Nice :)


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Jan 21, 2011 04:31 as a reply to  @ Power620's post |  #10

Maybe a hair overcooked but it certainly fits the subject matter. Gives the iron some serious mass.

Crazy roof there for sure.


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Jan 21, 2011 07:26 |  #11

Thanks everybody for the comments and suggestions :)

Kirk, Good call and thanks for the tips ;) If I'm going for a more realistic look I do exactly what your talking about. I use that technique with wedding and portrait images where I need HDR for the bckground or whatever ext... Also commercial type work I would do that to bring back the realism.


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Jan 21, 2011 10:19 |  #12

Nice work Jay

I have been to the B&O Museum it's a great place for a photographer. Some of it is inside some is outside so you can shoot in almost any weather. If you are anywhere near Baltimore I suggest taking a trip.

I spent half an hour in just one corner, the same corner you got in shot #4.

How did you get all of the train in one frame for #6? I have a crop body and kit lense couldn't get it all in one frame, I assume your full frame body and wide lense is the difference.

Also when did you go? There aren't any people in your shots. I went on a Saturday morning and it was hard to get a shot without people in it.

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Jan 21, 2011 12:36 |  #13

tekin112000 wrote in post #11685424 (external link)
Nice work Jay

I have been to the B&O Museum it's a great place for a photographer. Some of it is inside some is outside so you can shoot in almost any weather. If you are anywhere near Baltimore I suggest taking a trip.

I spent half an hour in just one corner, the same corner you got in shot #4.

How did you get all of the train in one frame for #6? I have a crop body and kit lense couldn't get it all in one frame, I assume your full frame body and wide lense is the difference.

Also when did you go? There aren't any people in your shots. I went on a Saturday morning and it was hard to get a shot without people in it.

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Hello, We went about a year and a half ago I would say,but it was during the week :) We were on vacation.

As far as getting it all n 1 frame goes, yeah I used a wide angle lens. The Canon 17-40 f/4 L (external link)

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Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Focal Length: 17.0mm
Aperture: f/9.0
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Jan 24, 2011 17:50 |  #14

primo!




  
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Jan 24, 2011 17:56 |  #15

Awesome series; I think the processing works well in these images. Of course the wide angle #6 and #8 are my favorites also!


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