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Old 10-03-2007, 03:09 AM   #21
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I think there'* dust rising by the train wheels
Thats actually his headlights reflecting off of the wheels of the train.

..oh yea awesome pic
Look within that, though. I can see the headlight part, but there'* a very thin line near the bottom of the train area (middle of the headlight beams) with some more light. I could be light from behind the train wheels, but to me it seems a bit like dust.
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Wow. Thats REALLY cool. Thats almost like a piece of fine art.
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amazing picture, be proud!
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Great picture try this someday too. Have a flash with you (wireless is better for this or bright flashlight) and flash the train a few times. It will still the train partly and you'll actually be able to see what it is.
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very good pict
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Bravo!

Great job with that...I wish my camera would let me keep the shutter open :(
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Awesome pic!! That wins hands down for a sig pic. Congrats.
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Great picture try this someday too. Have a flash with you (wireless is better for this or bright flashlight) and flash the train a few times. It will still the train partly and you'll actually be able to see what it is.
Still with the slower shutter time?

This was taken with a super basic point and shoot on the manual setting, nothing fancy.
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yep. You just have to have a good amount of light on it really quick. Was it pretty dark out? Looks like at sunset from the reflections. Still doesnt matter as long as you have a strong flash. You will still have the blur of the train. You know what I have a perfect example at home which is also a train that I flashed. I use it alot for weddings I will have the shutter open about 1/15th (depending on how fast they are moving on the dance floor) and flash them at the same time, its called dragging the shutter.
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Umm, new sigpic...
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