Going up looking down

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  1. ernie

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    another one from a metro station in Brussels

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    Nicely captured!
     
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    I like this one. The colors bring a lot to the mood of it.
     
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    Great composition and lines. I like the guy looking backwards in the middle and the red hooded person on the right
     
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    nice one ernie, love the subject, colour and exposure....it's hard to tell when scrolling to see the image fully, but to me it seems like a crop would aid the dynamics of the image. For me I would crop top and bottom to make an almost square format, this makes the diagonal of the escalator more prominant.
     
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    thanks for the replies everyone.

    and roger, i have all these vertical lines in the photo, cropping it would not aid the dynamics of the image in my opinion.
     
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    This one is good. I like it! The colors is great.
     
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    This photo generates a lot of interest in the subjects. I like it very much.
     
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    Myself, I would have preferred the green cast was taken out. I used to love printing negs shot under florescent light, especially portraits. Removing just a small amount of magenta from the color pack left a nice warm color cast.
     
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    thanks for the replies and thanks for the suggestion early, but a warm look isn't what i'm going for here. metro stations usually aren't the most cheerful places.
     
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    This picture is so... wow... I looks like it could be used for the next sequel to the movie "Hard Candy".
     
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