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Coming home with the fisheye, was this a train selfie?



Barreling along at a hundred and twenty clicks on the way down to Melbourne (pre fisheye)

The apparent distortion of the line is actually caused by the doppler effect

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Re: Train window photography

Doppler no, but rolling shutter possibly!
You would need to be travelling close to the speed of light to have any effect and then it would be a colour shift due to frequency change. Doesn't look like Aussie trains go that quick!
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Re: Train window photography

You can get a sort of doppler effect when a police/ambulance car comes towards you, and then goes away from you....Wheeeeee-ooooow……………..

As Eric Morcambe says, he will never sell ice creams going as fast as that...

(before you say it, I know already...……..)
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Re: Train window photography

To get a Doppler effect with light you'd need to be travelling at significantly higher speeds than a train - and then the effect would be a frequency shift - i.e. colour change.
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Re: Train window photography

Like the first one Mark, looks like you are on a roller coaster.....
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Re: Train window photography

Andrew, Mark, Paul … GOTCHA! ! !
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Ow... stop it...............
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Like the first one Mark, looks like you are on a roller coaster.....
Thanks Mark, after the leg pull, I don't deserve kind words like those!

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Maybe it's an Ozzy attempt to reach outer space, hope you had you space suit on...........
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Have to work on that one...............
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AN OBELIX ASTERIX MOMENT that I've no doubt will eventually invoke a brutal reprisal ...
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Nice set. The shadow makes the first photo quite dramatic.
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Where you attempting time travel or just trying to get to civilisation?
Good question. I've sought civilisation for years, found only scientific barbarism.
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Nice set. The shadow makes the first photo quite dramatic.
Thanks Jason, I think so too. More so were it the Flying Scotsman crossing the viaduct.
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Good question. I've sought civilisation for years, found only scientific barbarism.

I thought hair cutting was more art than science?
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