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Old 12-11-2018, 06:06 AM   #11
amtrak07t
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I'm very happy someone brought this up. I think flash photos are held to a different standard than daylight photos. Think of all the rejections for bad lighting on daylight photos: cloudy, backlit (nose). backlit (side), too dark, etc. When half of the train is dark, the ground is blown out because the lights are too low to the ground, and the photo is grainy because the ISO levels are through the roof, shouldn't a line be drawn?
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