Im shooting b&W 35mm for a photography class. I want to get a shot of one of the many trains that pass through town every day. The locomotive is going to be framed by a highway overpass, where you can see the mountain range beyond. I want to get one of two shots, one having the camera on a tripod and then snapping the pic at the right moment under the pass. (this would give the train motion blurs and everything else clear) The other could be handheld with a pan as the train passes, which would be an attempt to making everything else blurred out while keeping the front of the train clear. Question is, what would you guys recommend for my camera settings? I was thinking ASA 125-200, f-22/16, Sp 1/125 Camera was given to me by my father who did freelance work a long time ago. Its an older Nikon FE2 with 3-4 Nikkor lenses. (35-120mm f3.4) Some macro lenses and a 24mm Nikkor wide.