BNSF ES44DC locomotive #7253 races past the sand plant on the outskirts of Tehachapi, California as the lead unit of a J. B. Hunt intermodal train.
If anyone cares to share, what's your "secret recipe" for fixing up your photos (adjust on computer, crop, add watermark, resize, add effect, etc)? I'm a wannabe photographer and any insight or tips would be greatly appreciated.
You could win an EOS 60D digital camera and lens in the Center for Railroad Photography & Art's 2012 Creative Photography Awards Program. Canon is again co-sponsoring the program, and the theme is "Railroading, Inspired by Steinheimer," a tribute to legendary railroad photographer Richard...
...but I notice when I look at everyone else's photos they have either a watermark on them or your name and copyright info in a lower corner. How do you put those onto your photos? I'm looking to start doing that as well. Any tips or suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you.
I'm visiting my sister near Canton Ohio next week and my nephew wants to go out and take some train pictures with me.
I don't know the area. I would be very grateful for any suggestions for a good active freight line in the area if there is one.
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