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Taking Your Photography to a New Level is a primer on using the next generation of consumer-level drones for aerial photography to widen your photographic options. Drones provide nearly limitless angles for a particular scene, and this article gives examples of different situations in which they can help the photographer.
 
Vintage PCCs Still Roll in Boston, But For How Long? asks the question of whether or not the aging streetcars of the MBTA's Mattapan-Ashmont Trolley Line will be running for much longer, and what their ultimate replacement will be. Get out there now and shoot them while you still can...
 
Developing Manhattan's Hudson Yards Neighborhood details the changes coming to this formerly open area rail space in the center of New York City. With much of this trackage now covered up by beams and platforms, rail activity here will be hidden away from the outside streets, changing the Midtown rail views forever.

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