Instead of focusing on the engine, I set my focus point on the window. Using my Nikon F3T, I exposed this image with an f1.8 105mm lens wide open for minimum depth of field. This is a personal favorite of mine and over the years I’ve reproduced it in various places.
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The heat of the summer is a nice time to reflect on a photograph that benefitted from a frosty day.
Mid-Continent Railway Museum’s ‘Snow Train’ was an annual event that made the most of the weather and the equipment.
Back in 1996, Dick Gruber and I spent two very productive days photographing the event.
I exposed this morning arrival of Saginaw Timber number 2 at North Freedom, Wisconsin using my Nikon F3T with 200mm lens and Kodachrome 25 slide film.
By taking the prism off the top of the camera (one of the great features of the Nikon F3 design) I was able to hold the camera close to the ground for a more dramatic angle. The caveat was that I had to compose the image in reverse.
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