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Trace historic trails through the Yukon aboard one of the  WP&YR steam engines as you explore the history of the Klondike Gold Rush. Transporting passengers through the rural Alaskan landscape and into Canada, the rail company combines sublime scenery with fascinating history and a delicious meal along the way. You'll have to hurry if you want to see the Alaskan wilderness this fall; the last train of the season heads out on September 26, though you can be sure you'll see some spectacular autumn scenery before then in the northerly climate.

When shooting wall mounted flat artwork (. paintings/illustrations) with inbuilt camera flash don’t shoot completely straight on if there’s a reflection from the flash (most of the time) - move a bit to the left or right to shoot (at enough angle) to not get a reflection of the flash (if in doubt take a few shots at various angles until you can’t see any reflection). The same goes for anything behind glass/ perspex. Don’t use flash if it’s not allowed. If not using flash most modern digital SLR’s will have higher ISO settings (for low light). Adjust the ISO settings upward until you get a reasonable exposure. If your camera has a ‘white balance’ option use it to get a more nuetral colour temp balance- particularly in mixed light settings. If you don’t want to use higher ISO settings on a digital SLR (and tripods are allowed) do a longer time exposure on a tripod instead- again you will also need a cable-release or use a self-portrait setting (for a time delay before the shutter fires to settle the camera).

What is best to take with tren

what is best to take with tren


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