800 videos of trains arriving and departing has probably surpassed the definition of 'enough'.
I still don't get how this became a thing. I mean, I'm an active bus (and plane) enthusiast who takes lots of photos, and for us there's a sort of 'art' within it all. We actively try to compose and shoot the best photos we can, so we have ideal parameters that we try to work with.
I'll give some examples.
This one was shot on a weekday afternoon in Alexandria at Maddox/Euston. The wide-angle view captures the leafy suburbia with an industrial touch on the right with the brickwork; the bus was kept right down the middle of the left-third line to keep everything nicely proportioned. The effect is one of a leisurely afternoon pickup.
This was shot at Railway Square in the weekday evening peak. Using a high-contrast black-and-white effect with a vignette applied, I've taken a rainy day and portrayed the otherwise mundane buses in a dramatic way that emphasises the tense feeling of an evening peak in the midst of a rainstorm.
But I don't see the artistic value of eight hundred videos of trains arriving and departing. Could someone please explain this to me?