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Old 09-23-2009, 10:57 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by Joe the Photog View Post
Go find something older to shoot, a neat shortline with vintage power, even a branch line with some neat stuff, or a museum. You needn't keep a roll of film unused for nostalgia. Keep the neat vintage shots from that roll of film for nostalgia.
When I first saw this I thought the very same thing. But then I said, "well, then it looks like a roll of Kodachrome from 19--." Why not shoot the NEWEST things you could find in perfect conditions of course. Gensets. Heritage schemes. New locomotives. New stations. This way it's Kodachrome from the 21st century OF the 21st century.
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