Escalator

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  1. santino

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    An Escalator located in a subway station in Linz, Austria.


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    Hasselblad 500CM (80mm CF Planar), Macophot Maco 25 Plus, f 9/20 minutes N+2/N-2 in D76

    comments are welcome :)
     
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    Nice!
    It took me a while to figure out what was going on there.... lol
     
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    nice angle - good eye!
     
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    20 minutes exposure?
    So - no steps. No people.
    How come the street lights are not all bright with a 20-minute exposure (excuse my severe lack of knowledge) ???
     
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    First time I've seen a 'milky' escalator. :) Nice one.
     
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    brilliant Santino! excellent control of existing conditions.
     
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    Highly interesting shot! : )
     
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    at first i seriously thought it was slick, and i was looking at the wrong thing....then i decided i wanted to slide on it. then i saw '20 minutes' for the exposure, and now im bummed, because i still want to slide on it. you have ruined my dreams with your long exposure. thanks alot.

    but the shot's good :mrgreen:
     
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    i thought the same thing (that it was slick). i thought to myself that would be an interesting concept for escolators. hummm.

    great shot chum.
     
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    20 minutes isn't long, it was a 25 ISO roll N+2 exposed (I metered the shadows). I don't know why all the lights weren't bright, maybe they burned in ? :D on the other hand the aperture of the Hassy has a different shape than the ones from most other lenses, dunno.

    thanks for all comments :)
     
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    Cool shot santino, love the star affect.
     

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