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    Ns Hdr

    Here's one shot from my recent trip down to NJ for work. A Norfolk Southern GP40 idles at the Morristown & Erie shops in Morristown, NJ with a M&E caboose & boxcar. HDR blend of seven exposures, one of which was lit by the Lumedyne to open up the shadows along the retaining wall. Blended with LR/Enfuse. 50D/Sigma 18-50mm f/2.8 EX DC

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    Nice TOm, very nice... I like it!!
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    Really nice Tom. I like how the background lights look like star bursts.
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    Really nice job Tom. I like the starburst effect too.
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    Been away for a while (down in FL)...

    Thanks guys! Starbursts are easy on night shots - just stop down and expose a little longer, and voila, starbursts on the point sources of light.
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