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Old 12-11-2018, 01:08 AM   #10
bbrant
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I think if done right, flash photography at night can be a nice alternative. To me it’s relatively new. I’ve managed to get a stationary train at night using a couple external strobes. I never had luck getting good shots of moving trains. That said I’m writing this while sitting by the old post office at Mance trying to practice the technique. I think it’s a way to expand on photography in general. I enjoy it and want to get better at it. Some of the shots I’ve seen on here are, in my opinion, incredible. As mentioned, balanced lighting and not having a nuked look is key in my mind. I recommend giving it a try for any photographer. If nothing else, it’s another reason to get trackside.
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