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Light ‘Em Up!

September 14, 2017

No, not enemy combatants or cigarettes, but your typical railfan subjects.

I got out a bit last night. 9/13/17, to try my luck at multi-flash photography with a kindred spirit. We only had two lights to play with, but it was manageable with the stationary subjects we shot.

UP SD40N 1890 waiting to enter the Rohm & Haas plant in Bayport. Bayport
is an industrial area just south of Strang Yard.

UP-1890

CREX 1340 is doing DPU duties on a BNSF loaded rock train near the south end
of the Mykawa siding in south Houston, near Hobby airport.

CREX-1340-2

CREX-1340

Lastly, BNSF 8172 on a short tank train waits at the north end of Mykawa siding for a route to open up into the Houston terminal area.

BNSF-8172

As you might guess, I really like the look of the night shots. Stay tuned, I need to practice this new way of shooting as I’d like to use it for the KCS Christmas train which will be visiting my area later this year after a two year absence.

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. Stephan Tibbetts permalink
    September 14, 2017 9:46 pm

    Nice photo work, are your lights large or standard strobes?

  2. Raymond Oshman permalink
    September 14, 2017 10:02 pm

    Really enjoy your work. Retired in the hill country four years ago but lived in Sugar Land, Sugar Creek, from 1971.

  3. Bruce Blalock permalink
    September 15, 2017 7:14 am

    Really nice! Thanks for your good images and the share.

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