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Old 03-18-2018, 02:33 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by KevinM View Post

Shoot. Assess your work. Decide on what adjustments to make. Then shoot again with those adjustments. Keep trying. I maintain that anyone can get technically decent digital photos, if they put their mind to it. It is not rocket science.
I agree with everything that Kevin said, but I would add that you don't have to use trains as your subject matter for practice/learning sessions. Since you are transportation challenged, walk around your neighborhood or town and shoot buildings, cars, or anything else that interests you. You can always erase any images that you don't like after you get home and evaluate them.
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