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Date: 04/03/21 18:05
My first attempt at a long exposure
Author: Shortline614

I recently went on a big railfanning trip to Georgia with two friends. We hit all the big spots. Folkston, Waycross, Cordele, eventually working our way up to Chattanooga and the TVRM. I took many pictures on this trip, but this is my favorite. This is my first attempt at a long exposure photo and I think it came out great! Any feedback is appreciated. There is a much bigger story behind these photos, and maybe I'll post it here later.

A pair of intermediate signals guard this control point, located on top of a mountain. It's very beautiful up here, especially during sunset. You can hear the trains for miles around.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04/03/21 18:07 by Shortline614.






Date: 04/03/21 18:13
Re: My first attempt at a long exposure
Author: jgilmore

Great results, those red signals really stand out after dark...

JG



Date: 04/03/21 18:15
Re: My first attempt at a long exposure
Author: jim6300loco

Nice pics. What camera and lens did you use. What settings did you usw? It's too bad there wasn't a clear signal. that would have been really neat.



Date: 04/03/21 18:35
Re: My first attempt at a long exposure
Author: sparky52t

Nice work! Try experimenting with different exposure times!



Date: 04/03/21 21:30
Re: My first attempt at a long exposure
Author: radar

The second one is great. 



Date: 04/05/21 15:45
Re: My first attempt at a long exposure
Author: jmbreitigan

I like the reflection of the signal lights off the rail in photo #2.
John



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