Watch out! Black & whites!
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No, the police aren't coming to get you... (should they be?) but rather I thought it'd be neat to see some black and white pictures of your favorite rail scene... or any scene for that matter. Let's see 'em!
If I start, we'll have nowhere to go but up! Big Grin This is one of my favorites... A Challenger sitting next to the tail end of a Zephyr.
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#2
Fun!
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#3
COOL!!!! Thumbsup Thumbsup
Tom
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#4
A few shots of a coal train:

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Wayne
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I LOVE B&W pics!!!!! I'll try to post some tonight!
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Hey Doc, the country lane crossing is my favorite!
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#7
Here are a few from me Smile

   
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A Bridge View


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Thanks, Tom. Here's the crossing with just a farmer's pick-up in the picture:
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And here's the same crossing, on another day, with the same truck. The train wasn't supposed to be in the same shot, though. Icon_lol
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Wayne
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#10
From an old post card I bought at a show.


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One of my compositions.


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#11
Cool shots guys. Thanks for contributing. Hey Doc, your pictures have all got a slight... haze to them. Is that characteristic of black and white pictures? Did the Brownie cameras used to do that?
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TrainNut Wrote:Cool shots guys. Thanks for contributing. Hey Doc, your pictures have all got a slight... haze to them. Is that characteristic of black and white pictures? Did the Brownie cameras used to do that?
The one I had did!! Smile Smile It was a trademark, i think Icon_lol Icon_lol
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TrainNut Wrote:Cool shots guys. Thanks for contributing. Hey Doc, your pictures have all got a slight... haze to them. Is that characteristic of black and white pictures? Did the Brownie cameras used to do that?

When I change the photos to b&w, I usually decrease the contrast somewhat, and often add a bit of yellow to give them a little "age".

Wayne
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doctorwayne Wrote:
TrainNut Wrote:Cool shots guys. Thanks for contributing. Hey Doc, your pictures have all got a slight... haze to them. Is that characteristic of black and white pictures? Did the Brownie cameras used to do that?

When I change the photos to b&w, I usually decrease the contrast somewhat, and often add a bit of yellow to give them a little "age".

Wayne
Ooooo NICE!!! I'll have to try that!! Big Grin Big Grin Thanks!!!
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#15
There's several pics on here that look very real.. well done everyone Thumbsup
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Chessie System Railroads
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