A visit to the Essex Steam Train depot yielded some interesting photo opportunities.
Here are a few more. Click on any picture to see them in slideshow format:
Posted May 4, 2013 by Lutz Braum in Black&White, Macro, Things
Tagged with B&W, Black & White, canon eos 7d, Connecticut, HDR, photography, Train
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Great series! The HDR treatment works really well to bring out the interesting details and textures. Very well done!
love the detail and color. great shots
Nice shots – seeing the detail in the (much) bigger picture is a real art.
What HDR program do you use? The detail is incredible.
It’s Nik HDR Efex. It’s super easy out of the box, but also offers lots of opportunities for customization.
Really nice! Love the contrast and color detail.
These are some wicked colors you got here 🙂
Great eye to see the contours, details and colors, and capturing them so well.
Wow! These shots are stunning not only for the detail but the color. They’re beautiful!
Thanks. I had a lot of fun playing with some filters that brought out the colors. The originals were rather dull.
Love these images and what you did with these trains.
These are just amazing! I love the coloring and the detail!(:
These are fantastic Lutz! The depth of colours, varying perspectives and clarity are just exquisite! And I love anything rusty! 🙂
Thanks! If you like rusty, check out my post about the abandoned sanatorium in CT. I loved that place for its decay and crumbling paint and rust.
Will do! Your photos are just exquisite…all of them! 🙂 I’m going to share your photos on my FB page if that’s ok. 🙂
Please do! Thanks, I love your blog entries, they are very well written and thoughtful.
Thank you. It’s nice to know that someone reads them occasionally and appreciates them. 🙂
You clearly have a great eye for detail, these shots are great! I love the vibrancy you’ve given to the images, it works really well. Nice work 🙂
Wow, these are great. That’s what I like about other photographers. I always learn from them!
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