What makes a photo tour so special is that each participant has a different vision about the line, the social environment and photography.
Some photographers are more focused on details, while others are giving special attention to the people that works on the line and their families. There are some photographers working in advertising or tourism and their business has a certain relation to trains so they take photos for printed materials like flyers or leaflets, websites or even larger printed materials for tourism fares.
On the last photo tour I came across another vision about railway steam and photography: the classic style of beautiful scenery photography. I like this focus on “railway scenery photography” in a classic manner. This is the style you are familiar with if you love steam adventure calendars and books made in the ’80s and ‘90s by Hans Hufnagel, Roland Beier, Serban Lacriteanu or Florian Hofmeister.
Here is a showcase for illustrating the above described scenery photography vision, containing photos made by Peter Millar from England and shared with you only on mocanita.ro.