Low clouds, bright city lights, and lots of freight on the move; that was my brief experience touring Houston’s railroad yards on the evening of December 18, 2018.
Tom Kline gave my father and me a whirlwind tour and I made atmospheric grab shots as we drove around.
The photos here were made using high-ISO on my FujiFilm XT1. These were made ‘on the fly’, handheld from Tom’s truck without benefit of a tripod or set up time.
I was delighted with my results and I’ve promised Tom that someday I’ll return for some daylight photography.
Tracking the Light Posts Every Day!
Last night, November 12, 2018, my father and I paid a visit to the new Berlin, Connecticut station to collect a visitor from Amtrak 412.
The train was running behind the advertised, which gave me time to make a few photos of the well-lit modern facility.
Ground level view of the new Berlin, Connecticut station. I steadied the Lumix LX7 by resting it on the curb stones.
Amtrak train 412 pauses to let off two passengers at Berlin. Wide-angle view with a Lumix LX7.
Amtrak train 412 pauses to let off two passengers at Berlin. Slightly tighter view.
Pan of the Amtrak P42 diesel working at the back of train 412.
I featured Berlin back in June at the time of the CTrail Hartford Line commuter train start up.
TEN photos: All-New Berlin Station—Connecticut, that is!
Berlin, Connecticut Revisited.
These photos were exposed using my resuscitated Lumix LX7. I worked in RAW and adjusted the files in post processing to optimize highlight and shadow placement, present more pleasing contrast, and improve color saturation.
Tracking the Light Posts Daily!