Central Pacific No. 1, Gov Stanford – California State Railroad Museum, Sacramento, CA, USA June 26, 2015
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Category: American History, For the Birds, Photography, railroad, Uncategorized Tagged: American History, California State Railroad Museum, Central Pacific No. 1, Gov Stanford, Locomotive, Photography, Sacramento, steam, Steam Locomotive, Timothy S. Allen, train
Lovely. Great processioning too.
Sherry, thank you. My camera was placed on the ground and shooting up although the train display is slightly lower. I thought it would give the image an unusual perspective. I was going through various presets in Light Room to come up with something that would make the image appear older. This is an antique preset.
Have you tried OnOne? Their presets are excellent.
No I’ve not. I’ve got too much invested in Le. Thank you for the suggestion.
It’s can be used as an add on to Lightroom or Photoshop. Free trial.
Thank you Sherry. I’ll try to check this out.
Fabulous photo! 🚊
John, thank you. When you get to Sacramento, I’d encourage you to visit the California State Railroad Museum. They don’t allow tripod but do monopods. Here is the link to their website. https://www.californiarailroad.museum/
Oh….such a great shot! Love it!! ~ Dave
Thank you Dave
Rawls, thank you.
This and the California Automobile Museum are two places I’d recommend. Lots of metal objects to photograph between the two.
This is fabulous, Tim. Great contrasts and details. Good choice on the post.
Jane, thank you.
Love this photo, Tim. The angle is stunning and your enhancements worked perfectly. ❤
Olga, thank you.
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