October 8, 2010

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Train Station Photography

Train Stations can be buzzing with photo opportunities and offer the chance to try out your long exposure skills! Especially in the underground or subway where there is low light and trains are coming every few minutes, this gives you the chance to setup a shot of the train passing by in a blurred motion, while keeping the surroundings still. Along with all the commuters busily rushing for their trains, this can create another motion blur chance, if possibly, get to a high point on a separate level and look down at an object – clock, sign – and the people, then try a slow shutter speed.

the tube

(untitled)

underground symmetry II

Renfe AVE, Atocha Railway Station – Estación de Atocha, Madrid HDR

train station

The Grand Central Station

Steam Train 52 5448-7

The Gestalt of Coming and Going

Union Station, Los Angeles (#6)

Southern Cross Station, Melbourne

Metro Génova

Das Licht / la lumière

Washington DC metro station

underground

Day Three Hundred Sixty Two

metro bystanders

Tunnel of love

Bit by bit

Brief Encounter

Dirty Bullet

Kuala Lumpurus Terminus

Grand Central, Tilt-Shift Fake, New York City

liverpool street

Monaco's station

Waiting...

Rheineck - Switzerland

Liège / Luik / Lüttich

Dupont

Un cas d'école / A case of Study

Canary Wharf tube station, redscaled

station solace

Toddington Steam Railway

[mb] Chicago - Blue Line Train

Escalator

Kansas City Southern Lines

train

San Diego Trolly Station

Looking Out

Washington D.C. Subway HDR

descend into the maelstrom ;)

lost my train

D9110803

CHROMA

Al mal tiempo, buena cara

On the platform, reading

Ghost train

auditorio

T(ea) For Train

Southern Cross Station, Melbourne

hyde park corner

If you’d like to discover more – simply click on any photograph above for more inspiration!

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