Great Western Railway—views from the train.

I made these photos of the English country-side with my Nikon Z7-II from the window of our train on the way to and from Oxford.

In post processing, I adjusted the camera’s NEF RAW files to help compensate for the effects of the tinted window glass.

Generally, I got my best results when I kept the camera lens pressed against the window with the aperture wide open (f4.0) and the shutter speed set very high. In some situations, where I angled the camera to better capture the scene, I caught some reflections from the lights inside the train.

Didcot Parkway.

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