The train
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Location: CA US
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· Date: Mon 22-June-2009 · Views: 678 · Filesize: 156.1KB, 250.2KB · Dimensions: 1000 x 664 ·
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Keywords: The train
Camera: D300
Lens & Filters: 17-35mm
Film and/or ISO: f/3.5
Aperture: 1/125s
Shutter speed: 200
Location: Del Mar, CA
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Location: Greenville NC US
Posts: 2
Mon 22-June-2009 07:44 Rating: 10 


Location: Columbia SC US
Posts: 2,419
Mon 22-June-2009 09:46

Well done. HDR is something I will have to eventually get the nerve to try!

Location: Salt Lake City UT US
Posts: 14
Mon 22-June-2009 08:01 Rating: 10 

How many shots for this capture? Great image.

Location: CA US
Tue 23-June-2009 09:01

Thank you so much.
Actually, I took only one image as the train was moving fast. Then I used D-lighting option on the original image to create an addition image. With the D-lighting function, I was able to brighten up areas that was underexposed due to poor back-lighting. After that I superimposed the second image on the original image and used an HDR software to get what I want it.

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Location: Jacksonville Beach FL US
Posts: 225
Thu 25-June-2009 08:41 Rating: 9 

very nice...I'm curious about how you set the sharpening in post-processing.

Location: CA US
Sun 28-June-2009 04:22

Thanks so much, I leave the "picture control" setting on my camera on the "standard" mode all the time.

Location: Phoenix AZ US
Sun 28-June-2009 06:09 Rating: 10 

Absolutely beautiful.

Location: CA US
Tue 30-June-2009 12:33

Thanks Kathy.