What you see is not always what you get (at first).

Unlike today’s smart photos where photos often look like the finished article straight away, the DSLR camera does not do that. What it does is to capture the image in terms of data that holds a lot more detail than is usually on show straight from camera (SFC). It is only when the image is run through editing software such as Adobe Photoshop and/or Lightroom that a flat looking photo can be brought to life and reflect what you actually saw when you took the photo. . The image below was the ‘SFC’ version, and I turned it in to the photo above. The only extra ‘addition' was to add a bit of motion blur to emphasis the speed of the train, the rest was just bringing out the detail and light to emphasis what I saw. And of course I made this one black & white as I thought it suited the image!

Straight from camera photo of train.