Grid,Shoebox and Ped in London

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Julian G

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56302 rushes through West Brompton with a 4O90 Doncaster Railport-Thamesport (Grain) Intermodal

FM Rail 73107 has started up at Clapham Junction, the driver has switched the train on to collect failed steam loco at Willesden South West Sidings (71000 which had failed due to fuel problems) and then will take the Steam Loco to Alton

FM Rail 31601 is at Wimbledon Station on Network Rail's Ultrasonic Test Train. This consist of this train Network Rail Livered 31233 and the Network Rail Test Coaches and FM Rail 31601.
 
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That 56 shot could be better, 73 slightly blured, could of got more of an angle on the ped.
 

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56302 rushes through West Brompton with a 4O90 Doncaster Railport-Thamesport (Grain) Intermodal

FM Rail 73107 has started up at Clapham Junction, the driver has switched the train on to collect failed steam loco at Willesden South West Sidings (71000 which had failed due to fuel problems) and then will take the Steam Loco to Alton

FM Rail 31601 is at Wimbledon Station on Network Rail's Ultrasonic Test Train. This consist of this train Network Rail Livered 31233 and the Network Rail Test Coaches and FM Rail 31601.

not bad shot if 56 was movin!
 

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Julian, tip.. tripod.

It will give your photos more of a level angle plus you can experiment a bit more.

As for the 56 shot, hmm sorry to say it's not actually that good, I wouldn't bother taking still photos of moving trains at night if you want a clear pic unless you have a super-duper cam with ISO1600+ ability etc in order to capture it clearly.
 

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It would also have been better if we could actually see the 56 rather than just a headlight in the distance.
 

Julian G

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Julian, tip.. tripod.

It will give your photos more of a level angle plus you can experiment a bit more.

As for the 56 shot, hmm sorry to say it's not actually that good, I wouldn't bother taking still photos of moving trains at night if you want a clear pic unless you have a super-duper cam with ISO1600+ ability etc in order to capture it clearly.

I have a Very Small Tripod
Oh well, I can wait till the Summer Time
 
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