Rush Rush Rush - Beijing Train Station

Discussion in 'People' started by JustinD, Jun 11, 2005.

  1. Beijing Train Station on a relatively slow day.

    CopyofBeijingZhanBW.
     
  2. Leigh

    Leigh

    Feb 19, 2005
    Alabama
    very interesting shot, justin. i like how some are still, some are slow, and some seem to be moving almost at the speed of light! i think the conversion to B&W helps the effect...too many colors might have distracted from the artistic nature of your shot. i really like this one!
     
  3. very nice shot, Justin, parts of it reminds me of an image by Sebastiao Salgado (my favorite photographer) of Bombay station...nice work
     
  4. Zulu-

    Zulu- Guest

    I really love the high contrast in this picture. IMO it's the best B/W I have seen here on NCafe.com..

    Did you use a ND filter to stop down or did you just stop down?

    And again TKO this reminds me of a great time I had in China. Keep them coming..
     
  5. I appreciate the comments.

    No ND filter on this. Shutter priority - 1 second exposure at f/22 - I guess it WAS kind of dark in there.
     
  6. That'S a great shot, Justin. But where are the days when all passengers had to wait outside a gate until the train went in. I guess it is still like that in the more remote places of China.
    regards
     
  7. obelix

    obelix

    714
    Mar 17, 2005
    Fremont, CA, USA
    Very interesting, super shot.
     
  8. biggstr6

    biggstr6

    Apr 26, 2005
    Richmond,Va
    I like the motion in that alot. Good Job.
     
  9. Beautiful shot! This is an excellent documentary image.
     
  10. The comments are certainly appreciated!

    Cheers
     
  11. TR_Fox

    TR_Fox

    105
    Jun 13, 2005
    Flagstaff AZ
    great feel

    Love the feel of the B&W.
    very nice work.
     
  12. Chris101

    Chris101

    Feb 2, 2005
    Arizona
    Wow.

    That is fantastic! I have seen this scene before many times, but never like this!
     
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