Metro Stop

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    Very cool. I like this pic. The light from the arriving train around the lady's head is what does it for me.

    And, it must not be at the Pentagon since they have signs up saying that it is not allowed to take pictures! LOL
     
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    It's the Rosslyn stop. I hope there's no anti-photog signs there. I milled around there for over an hour, thereabouts, so I don't think they could be too strict about it.
     
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    Yeah, I don't think they really care there. I was thinking of doing it too. Was going to send WMATA an email asking for the policy. Just haven't gotten around to it yet.

    Did you get a shot of the incredibly long escalators there?
     
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    I would just go. Worst case is they ask you to leave.

    After looking at your sig it looks like you're equipped to shoot in low light...that's good. I took most of my stuff at ISO 1600, f/2.8 (thank god for this Tamron lens), and around 40/50 shutter. I still had too brighten a lot of them up in post. I guess that's the sacrifice. Some beautiful lighting in there, though.
     

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