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Old 02-17-2018, 09:02 PM   #6
troy12n
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I feel the OP's shot is really busy. i'm not sure the bridge structure really lends much to the shot, it's also a grade crossing wedgie shot. I would find a better location, ideal location would be one on a curve, or one where you aren't shooting straight into the oncoming train, what you have is a big blob of light

Other things that detract from the scene:
- foreground and bridge structure not lit very well (no detail)
- sodium light in the background and road and power poles detracts from the scene
- the grade crossing apparatus closest to the photographer adds nothing to the shot
- perspective correction needs to be done
- color temperature and/or hue needs adjustment, it has a very yellow hue

I just don't think it's a good location for this type of shot
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