Going Home on the Train

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Mohain, Apr 12, 2006.

  1. Mohain

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    Cheers,

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    the child is well placed. love the tones and composition. looks like a great place to shoot!
     
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    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    yea tones and compo are good, nice one mohain :thumbup:
     
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    Yep, really dig the tones. I'm sure you have more shots of this place...right? ;)
     
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    Cool shot - which station's that then??

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    Very excellent shot Mo. Love how you have the child in there too. The tones are great. !!!! Nicely done
     
  7. Mohain

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    It's Liverpool Street station. Woody, I only have couple of others at the mo. It's difficult to get a decent angle for shots in there. There is only a really small area at that elevation and that barrier you can see to the left is about 6 foot tall. Otherwise you have to go through the gates and shoot from ground level.

    I think Kings Cross will probably be more photogenic (not managed to get there yet!).

    Cheers for the comments. I feel this might work better is a mini series. Will shoot some more :)

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    I had a suspicion it might have been! St Pancras is the one to go to, and it's next door to KX.

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    Cheers Rob, I'll check it out :thumbup:
     

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