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    Default Tunnel Vision


    ISO 100, f/11, 6s
    f/length 85mm


    ISO 100, f/11, 8s
    f/length 71mm

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    Thread moved from Landscapes and Travels. I feel that this is more suitable here.

    Thanks!

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    thanks. i was at a loss as to which forum to post this in.

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    Drivers compartment?? or issit the new train which allows passengers to view the front?

    At least this is something i have not seen.
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    Originally posted by sbs99
    Drivers compartment?? or issit the new train which allows passengers to view the front?

    At least this is something i have not seen.
    yup, this was shot from the new trains for the Northeast Line. i envision that a lot of photographers will shoot in this style, now that the driver's cabin is no more

    i've visualized how light would look like in a tunnel, partially because of movies i've seen, and childhood imagination

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