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Old 01-23-2015, 10:02 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by KevinM View Post

I think that the last statement in my post said it all. Once the fad wears off, we're going to start looking critically at these images, and there will be those (such as the folks you mentioned) who will master it, and those who will shoot mundane "flash wedges" or "sky wedges".
I'd take a "sky wedgie" ANY day over a ground level wedgie. To me, an elevated view of a train is the best way to view it (we spend our entire lives looking at model trains that way). I've photographed dozens of trains now with my 25 ft tripod, and shooting from ground level just doesn't look appealing to me any more. Death to the ground level wedgie!!
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