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Two Railroads at the Junction—panoramic composite

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Last week, I made this panoramic composite using my FujiFilm XT1 with 90mm fixed-focal length (‘prime’) telephoto.

New England Central on the left; Vermont Rail System on the right; the station at White River Junction between them.

By ‘composite’, I mean that the camera exposed numerous single frame images as I swept across the scene and then assemble them internally using pre-programmed software. This feature is offered by both my XT1 and Lumix LX7 digital cameras.

If you would like to board a train from White River Junction for a leisurely ride along the river on June 15th:
http://massbayrre.org/Trips/GreenKnightTrain.htm
Photography encouraged!

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Misty 220 degree Panoramic View at Peach Tree Station, Atlanta.

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A misty morning greeted Amtrak number 19, the Crescent, Sunday December 16, 2018.

I walked to the front of the train during our extended stop and exposed this 220 degree panoramic composite view using my Lumix LX7.

Using a preset in the ‘SCN’ mode, the camera automatically stitches together a series of photos exposed in rapid succession to make for a broad panoramic image.

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