I participated in a Night Photography Workshop at the Nevada State Railroad Museum in mid-November. The workshop started after lunch with a safety briefing and introductions, and then the fun began.
The wonderful volunteers at the Museum had the McKeen car, the 25, and the Glenbrook all fired up and running around for us. I took advantage of the afternoon light to get a few of the Glenbrook.
As daylight faded to evening light, the actors arrived and the instructor set out the big lights. First up, the McKeen car at the Depot.
We spent several hours in the cold evening with the locomotives at different locations around the Museum property. This is my favorite from the evening.
One of the last venues for the evening was the turntable. I had to experiment with a little low light-long exposure work.
The volunteers were preparing to put the Glenbrook away for the night and they invited participants into the cab. This long exposure was one of my last images on the night.
This workshop was a great experience and I look forward to the next workshop at the Museum.
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Enjoy – PHOTOROGR