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Keep Shooting! Photography Assignments (04 Feb 2013)

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Steam Train adventure!

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4 years 3 weeks ago - 4 years 3 weeks ago #4304 by Tim Shrimpton
Not sure if these should go here or in Newbie. If you guys bust my chops enough, I'll have my answer. ;)

Anyway, we took a little family excursion to ride a restored steam engine in Niles Canyon here in (roughly) the Bay Area of California. Would love any thoughts or critique.

Camera was Nikon D7100 for all of these shots.


05.27.2013 - 11.34.02 [SHR_3715]-Edit.jpg by daroga28 , on Flickr
Lens: Nikon 18-70 (at 35mm)
f/4.2, 1/320, ISO 160
No Flash
Levels adjustment in Lightroom 4.4; very minor touch-up in Photoshop Elements 11



05.27.2013 - 11.29.46 [SHR_3710].jpg by daroga28 , on Flickr
Nikon 18-70 (at 18mm)
f/3.5, 1/320, ISO 160
No Flash
Levels adjustment in Lightroom 4.4



05.27.2013 - 11.36.11 [SHR_3727].jpg by daroga28 , on Flickr
Nikon 18-70 (at 46mm)
f/4.5, 1/250, ISO 160
No Flash
Levels adjustment in Lightroom 4.4


05.27.2013 - 11.35.34 [SHR_3724]-Edit-2.jpg by daroga28 , on Flickr
Nikon 18-70 (at 29mm)
f/4, 1/250, ISO 100
No Flash
Levels adjustment and crop in Lightroom 4.4, very minor touch-up in Photoshop Elements 11



05.27.2013 - 13.04.09 [SHR_4006]-Edit.jpg by daroga28 , on Flickr
Nikon 70-300 (at 70mm)
f/4.5, 1/320, ISO 400
No Flash
Levels adjustment in Lightroom 4.4, very minor touch-up in Photoshop Elements 11



05.27.2013 - 13.06.10 [SHR_4053].jpg by daroga28 , on Flickr
Nikon 70-300 (at 110mm)
f/4.5, 1/320, ISO 400
No Flash
Levels adjustment in Lightroom 4.4
Last Edit: 4 years 3 weeks ago by Tim Shrimpton.

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4 years 2 weeks ago #4341 by Bill
I wana go on a steam train adventure :woohoo:

Not a bad set I think I would have chosen some different compositions. Too bad it was couldy out, they seem a little flat, maybe a little more contrast or blacks in post. I might have tried to add a little vibrance as well.

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