Inside a MRT


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oeyvind

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Life in a MRT... on a north-bound train this evening


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Full frame can be fun.
 

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khairi said:
yo yo yo...what lens did you use for this shots?
1st shot is quiet impressive...liked the idea.
:D
EF 16-35mm L at 16mm on a FF body.
 

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oeyvind said:
why not? :dunno:
I only did it when oversea. Many didn't felt good to be shot esp. when they are resting in the MRT. I might take the challenge next time. :D
 

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Hosea said:
wow, you dare to shoot inside MRT? :think: was tempted many time.
yo hosea :D why not man? try it...i think using a wide angle gives a diff perspective...and i dont have any wide angle with me :( ... only got a 45mm/f1.7 to shoot with...
 

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Anyone noticed the advertisement near the entrance in the first pic? Ït's time for a truly relaxing holiday". Looks like something that everyone on the train can use ;)
 

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Love the first pic. It depicts a typical train journey. Not many people will dare to do take up the challenge to shoot in the train. ;)
 

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Interesting... How did you shoot that #1 without anyone looking at the cam? Shot from the hip?
 

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Stoned said:
Interesting... How did you shoot that #1 without anyone looking at the cam? Shot from the hip?
no, actually just aim and shoot.
 

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