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    Default Perspective

    Was at HK recently. Shot this inside one of the MTR station.



    Shot with Canon EOS30D, 1/60 f/4 ISO400.
    Comment, good or bad welcome. I am here to learn.
    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Perspective

    well, i just felt that you could focus on something more happening, and of course, the train and the people belong to the more 'happening' details . .

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    Default Re: Perspective

    I like the way the line of the shot follows the lights which reflect well on the floor. The shot has a nice vanishing point. The people do seem to be facing into the edge of the frame with nowhere to go, so to speak. But I do like the shot because of the lines.

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    Default Re: Perspective

    Quote Originally Posted by pacer View Post
    I like the way the line of the shot follows the lights which reflect well on the floor. The shot has a nice vanishing point. The people do seem to be facing into the edge of the frame with nowhere to go, so to speak. But I do like the shot because of the lines.
    Hi Pacer,
    Thanks for the kind words.
    True about the people having no way to go but seriously they have no more roads ahead of them unless they jump onto the track. But in photography, this logical thing is no more logical, you know what I mean.

    Hi matthiascr

    Thanks for your feedback. Ya, it would be nice if the train just approaches then. But in HK, trains are behind glass doors so...
    Cheers,

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    Default Re: Perspective

    horizon is slanted.
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