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Railway Photography Pros and Cons

Railway Photography Pros and Cons There is no doubt that railway photography is a popular pastime with many finding it to be a rewarding experience. Everything in...

My Best Lens for Railway Photography

My Best Lens for Railway Photography Back in the days when only the film camera was available, the most used and popular lens then was the 50mm. Today, I think...

Tips to Get a Photo on a Magazine Front Cover

Tips to Get a Photo on a Magazine Front Cover Every railway enthusiast who takes photographs of steam or diesel trains probably dream about having their...

Top 5 FREE Photo Editing Software

Top 5 FREE Photo Editing Software Professional photo-editing applications are not always cheap, nor are they easy to master without formal training. With this...

Why is the Flying Scotsman so famous?

Why is the Flying Scotsman so Famous? In 2015, a poll was conducted by The National Railway Museum that resulted in LNER Class A3 No.4472 – aka the Flying...

Charlie Greasley Interview

Charlie Greasley Interview Charlie Greasley is a volunteer Fireman on the South Devon Railway and a railway photographer from Devon. 1. How long have you been doing...

Follow Me on Social Media

Follow Me on Social Media Like many of you, I am very active on social media. I enjoy making new friends and looking at other peoples railway photographs and...

My Railway Photography FAQ

My Railway Photography FAQ As you know, railway photography is my main hobby. I am not a professional photographer, just a normal amateur. Very often I...

Bernard Mills Interview

Bernard Mills Interview Bernard Mills is a well known railway photographer here in South Devon for his excellent old and modern railway photographs. He has been...

Railway Photos in RAW or JPEG?

Railway Photos in RAW or JPEG? On all digital cameras, you can choose either the JPEG or RAW image settings to take your railway photos. When I first had a digital...
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