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Ken S.

Rush Hour at Columbus Circle

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Rockaway Park (A) leaving.

 

R40 Slant 4240 on a Brighton Beach (:D. This train was on the Express Track.

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(A)wesome video and (B)eautiful pic

 

Thanks, I tried to get a pic of an R42 (A) that I was on earlier but it didn't come out right.

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Thanks, I tried to get a pic of an R42 (A) that I was on earlier but it didn't come out right.

 

Your welcome and underground pics is the hardest one to take IMO

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Your welcome and underground pics is the hardest one to take IMO

 

The R42 (A) Train was moving too fast.

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Do you cmaera have a setting where you can catch the moving subject? Mines does but I never get ot use it.

 

More like I was unprepared to take the shot. I even had to turn the flash off after I realized it was on. So who knows how it would have turned out with the flash on.

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More like I was unprepared to take the shot. I even had to turn the flash off after I realized it was on. So who knows how it would have turned out with the flash on.

 

I try with or w/o the flash and some of them is bad and some of them isn't as bad. I guess you have experiment using and not using the flash underground

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I try with or w/o the flash and some of them is bad and some of them isn't as bad. I guess you have experiment using and not using the flash underground

 

I thought there was a (NYCT) rule or something about using flash anyway.

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I thought there was a (NYCT) rule or something about using flash anyway.

 

There is a rule about using the flash but I'm sure lots of ppl have use the flash underground. I won't it if the T/O is pullin in the train or driving the train

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There is a rule about using the flash but I'm sure lots of ppl have use the flash underground. I won't it if the T/O is pullin in the train or driving the train

 

Once I realized it was on, I turned it off. Judging by the pic of the Slant, the pic looked better with it off.

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This is interesting, the R40 on the (:D is the best photo of this thread. Great job.

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This is interesting, the R40 on the (:D is the best photo of this thread. Great job.

 

I was like WTH when I saw it. Even moreso after another (:D arrived on the local track.

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I thought there was a (NYCT) rule or something about using flash anyway.

 

There is a rule about using the flash but I'm sure lots of ppl have use the flash underground. I won't it if the T/O is pullin in the train or driving the train

 

(MTA) rules state that no flash is allowed, but just like CurAke79 said...

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Nice!

 

That slant train, was it 8 or 10 cars?

 

- Andy

 

I didn't count the number of cars on it.

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Nice!

 

That slant train, was it 8 or 10 cars?

 

- Andy

How bout it should be 10 or someone is going to be in trouble!

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There is a rule about using the flash but I'm sure lots of ppl have use the flash underground. I won't it if the T/O is pullin in the train or driving the train

 

i won't do it in front of cops

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