Train Landscapes Posted on 28/11/2014 by Cardinal Guzman A train gallery for the weekly photo challenge this week. Train photography Long exposure train photography Long exposure train photography Trains in Gamlebyen, Oslo. Related links: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/converge/ http://maraeastern.com/2014/11/21/photo-101-landscape/ Rate this:Share this:ShareEmailFacebookTumblrPinterestPrintTwitterRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related
A wide and dazzling selection Cardinal!
They’re all very nice! For some reason, I really liked the tree in the two first ones.. 🙂
I have a bunch of photos of that tree. I was planning to create a gallery that showed the tree during all the different seasons, but I haven’t made the gallery yet. It could have been cool with a timelapse, but I think that the light would be flickering…
That would be great. Something about that tree that was eye-catching…
I love them on photos, but we used to live next to the tracks and I don’t like the sound of them.
I can imagine.
love the set, Cardinal!!
did you use any ND filters for the long exposure?
Hi Alexandra. Yes, I used a ND16-filter for the long exposure shots.
Great captures of trains. Love how you took the shots of the tracks, really cool, CG!!
Thank you Amy. We lived by the tracks, so I have a lot of train photos in my catalogue.
Great shots, C!
I have been planning on taking long exposure train photos, but I did some boats/ships instead :D. I really like this gallery!
Thanks Paula. Long exposure ship photos looks cool. I did some a few winters ago.
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Wow so many trains it makes me feel exhausted just looking at them with the nothin they invoke I must admit to liking the monochrome best x