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A couple of weeks ago I joined my camera club for a day trip to Campo’s Pacific Southwest Railway Museum. At first glance I wasn’t sure there would be much to explore/photograph, but I was wrong. This place keeps going…and going…and going!
There are many old rail cars sitting outside being broken down by the elements, and even more in an huge barn that have been preserved that are open to walk through. We spent about three hours there, but I could have stayed longer. There was so much more to see.
For this shoot I bracketed most of my images, and shot with my Canon 6D from my new Peak Design Travel Tripod. Processing was done in Lightroom, Aurora HDR 2019, and Luminar 4. Click here to learn more about photographing for HDR.
If you like trains, or simply enjoy exploring the colors and textures of age, then the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum in Camp will not disappoint!