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Chicago Metro, Washington Station. Night.
By christ I needed all of the 1.7 aperture down here.
35mm Yaaashicaaaaaaaaa etc..
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Hello, I have no idea what I am doing.
You know I love pretty much all your shots right?
But anyway, The line created by the blue tiles, and the overhead light that cuts this image roughly in half is superb. Kind of a living/dead division. Planned or not, these are the things I find to muse apon in your work.
Basically I was seven tenths sure this wasn’t going to come out at all, so ‘planned’ is a hard word for me to ever use in association with my own work. But this was one of my favourites, I toyed with sticking in in PS and lightening but fuck that. It looks ace large, I might make myself a big poster.
1.7. Wow. You almost get lost looking into it.
Gold. They really dress their metro stations down in Chicago, hey?
Excellent work, well done!
I really like this, the leading lines really draw you in to the point. Has a real sense of ‘journey’ feel to it.
Aha, I love 1.7! And this photo :)
amazing shot! love how the tunnel just goes on forever.
Damn good job !!! The 1.7 worked !!
Cool leading lines, and visual story, etc. Real genuine film, eh? But can it load the dishwasher? Beautiful shot, even if you were risking your life in the metro at night.
That did occur to me. ‘Tourist gets killed for only having a film camera to steal’Real genuine film, most of my photos are I think, except for the ones that are not.