Introducing Photo of the Day

Posted by Jim Wrinn
on Monday, November 16, 2009
Railroad photography just keeps getting better. It’s always been great with passionate photographers, great optical equipment, and the most thrilling subject on the planet (in motion, lighting conditions never the same twice, equally fascinating up close or in panorama). But today it just seems that the digital revolution has just made a great art form even better, and Trains is going to showcase more great railroad photography on our Web site.

Starting today, our Photo of the Week feature becomes Photo of the Day. This will enable us to share more of the great images you send to us through our FTP site (www.contribute.kalmbach.com) as well as via CDs and slides send to our office. We’ll also reach back into our massive black and white and slide library to draw on some of the great images from yesterday.

I’m excited about this change, and I hope you will be too. I got my first 35mm camera as a Christmas present in 1977, and I took my first railroad action pictures two months later at age 16. I love railway photography, and now we’ll all enjoy more images that you provide us! So, get out there and enjoy your photography, submit it to us, and look for your shots at our new Photo of the Day!
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