Highlighted by a westbound UP Z-Train making it's way to Oakland. This train must've been close to 2 miles long as it took nearly 5 minutes to pass! This is the daily ZNPOA.
70mm (crop sensor)
30 sec exposure
Remote shutter release
I dont always photograph trains at night, but when I do:
My "attempt" at a long exposure shot, all i did was move the camera while taking the picture.
Let me know which one(s) you think are best and what I can do to improve my night photographing.
Anyone do any Night Railroad Photography? I wish I could find time to do more but it just never seems to work out. May be when it starts getting darker earlier. I have a blast doing it and you can get some really cool photos.
From this past spring:
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