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NicTrain35 09-05-2012 10:15 PM

Night Photo Help
 
http://www.railpictures.net/viewreje...09&key=2136631
http://www.railpictures.net/viewreje...12&key=4421697

10 seconds @ F/4. Any ideas on what I can do with the color?

Thanks in advance.

JimThias 09-05-2012 10:44 PM

No clue what to do, but what is that UFO in the sky over the third unit?

NicTrain35 09-05-2012 10:48 PM

Not too sure what that was. Possibly a plane, but I don't recall seeing anything.

JimThias 09-05-2012 10:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NicTrain35 (Post 159415)
Not too sure what that was. Possibly a plane, but I don't recall seeing anything.

:shock: You'd better send that picture to George Noory. ;)

magicman_841 09-05-2012 11:59 PM

The first one has a yellow cast, and the second one has a pink cast.

I think the first one is closer to success. Just get rid of that yellow cast.

Holloran Grade 09-06-2012 01:02 AM

If you shot them in RAW format, you could adjust the white balance.

However, the nose is in a big shadow and the number boards are blurry.

Was this train moving?

NicTrain35 09-06-2012 02:00 AM

Thanks, guys.

I'll try to open it up and adjust the yellow cast on the first one. The train wasn't moving, but the wind was blowing pretty good. A storm came in about five minutes later.

Holloran Grade 09-06-2012 05:27 AM

If the train is stationary you can crank the f-stop up to 11 and let the shutter stay open as long as you need.

That will solve your number board problem and perhaps put some light on the nose.

I suggest you get a really nice metal tripod with a hook on the bottom that you can hang a gallon jug of water from.

That will keep it in place in the wind.

Or, you can use an old heavy relic from the 60's like I used for this one.

[photoid=362384]

That is a 248 sec exposure in a rather stiff wind.


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