fiiiiiiiiiiinally (waiting at the TTC)

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  1. Joerocket

    Joerocket TPF Noob!

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    I know this shot is as over done as sunsets and waterfalls, but I thought I'd give it a try while i was in Toronto, I only got this one shot off so I'm lucky it turned out, I was confused cuz i was using my friends camera and those trains wont wait for you to find the shutter speed priority.:)

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    Thanks for looking, comments always appreciated!

    -Joey
     
  2. seven

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    That's awesome! Nice shot.
     
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    Good job! Just curious, what's the shutter speed on this one?
     
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    Nice shot Joe. Hmm....the TTC moving? Wonder when that started:lmao: :lmao: It never moved this fast when I took it.
     
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    JonK I want MORE!!

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    you got it man:thumbsup:
     
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    I really like this. Reminds me a little of Sliding Doors! I love the way you can see the doors from when the train was still (I presume?) and then it moved off. Wow. That's all!
     
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    The focus is sharp and the blur is perfect! nice shot. I usually use 1/10 on shutter for metro trains and cars.
     
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    Thanks everyone for the nice comments!

    wish i could tell ya man, I just franticly turned the shutter speed down while I heard the train comming, took the shot and gave the camera back to my friend.

    actually the reason you can see the doors is cuz I had the flash on, so it froze the door in place, the train was just comming out of the tunnel slowing to a stop.
     

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