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Old 05-11-2011, 02:52 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by JimThias View Post
Multiple exposures and masking in photoshop will fix that. I wish more people doing nights shots of parked locomotives would take the time to do that.
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The numberboards and headlights look blown out, thats the first thing my eyes went too. Did you paint it at all?
I agree with these guys. It looks like you just set up a time exposure and used no light source except for what was there. Take a flashlight or flash units and add some light to the units. It will bring out the detail. If that isn't what you're going for you need to take multiple exposures and merge them together in photoshop or selectively edit the photo. The biggest draw of photoshop is the ability to use layers... use 'em.
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