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Vintage steam locos 3237 and 3265 at the Centenary of Rail in The Manning (Taree/Wingham). Fuji S7000. You can see the photo album and the video here

I’m a hobby photographer. In fact, I’m not sure Red Bubble should refer to me as an “artist”. But I do like to take photos that are above average, and certainly appreciate learning from my fellow Bubbleonian’s efforts as well as their comments. I use a second hand Sony Cybershot F717 (recently replaced by a new Nikon D3100) and a Fuji Finepix S7000. Photography allows me to keep souvenirs of my experiences. Today’s deeds become tomorrow’s memories.

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  • Terry Everson
    Terry Eversonover 1 year ago

    Just the kind of old boilers you love to see Gary. Seems like you had a good day.

  • Yep, 50 years ago they were a dime a dozen. Now when the whistle blows, people run out of their houses to see what’s going on.

    – Gary Kelly

  • William Bullimore
    William Bullimoreover 1 year ago

    Love that you’ve captured the steam too Gary. The essence on the steam engine!

  • One thing that irritates me about getting shots like this, William, is the washed out sky. I suppose there are ways around it if you’re not pressed for time, trying to capture what you can when you can.

    – Gary Kelly

  • William Bullimore
    William Bullimoreover 1 year ago

    Hey Gary, you can always underexpose by 1/3 or 2/3 or even 1 full f-stop to get the sky les washed out.

  • Quite right, William. Think before ya click.

    – Gary Kelly

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