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Rush Rush Rush - Beijing Train Station

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

  1. Beijing Train Station on a relatively slow day.

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  2. Leigh


    Feb 19, 2005
    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.
  7. obelix


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


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

  11. TR_Fox


    Jun 13, 2005
    Flagstaff AZ
    great feel

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


    Feb 2, 2005

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