SEPTA Chrome Glint—Sunset in Philadelphia.

Staying with the theme of low-sun glint and color slide film. The other day I scanned this photo I exposed back in October 2006.

My brother Sean and I had been exploring SEPTA’s Route 15. At the end of the day (literally) I made this view looking west on Girard of an eastbound PCC.

SEPTA PCC on the Route 15 line, exposed on Fujichrome Velvia 100 using a Canon EOS-3 with 200mm lens.
SEPTA PCC on the Route 15 line, exposed on Fujichrome Velvia 100 using a Canon EOS-3 with 200mm lens.

Tracking the Light works with Film and Digital, and Color and Black & White. 

One thought on “SEPTA Chrome Glint—Sunset in Philadelphia.”

  1. It has that built-in high dynamic range film look! Digital would be too harsh, and would block the shadows. HDR doesn’t work with digital for moving objects.

    I consider film a different flavor of electronic photography — wet instead of
    dry.

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