Guide for photographing trains in inclement weather

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railohio
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Guide for photographing trains in inclement weather

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Maybe this will help get some of the "sunny 16" crowd out the door more often:

http://www.therailroadcollection.com/ra ... nt-weather
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Re: Guide for photographing trains in inclement weather

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Good read, and great quote to lead off the article
THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS BAD WEATHER, ONLY DIFFERENT KINDS OF GOOD WEATHER.
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My personal favorite is snow to shoot in, but I won't shy away from rain, clouds, ect.
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Re: Guide for photographing trains in inclement weather

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I like to shoot in the late winter, sometimes I get some good results
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