Train Station Series

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  1. sausmatoe

    sausmatoe TPF Noob!

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    an 11 pic series on train stations that I just finished processing. It is part of my final presentation for the photography course that im doing. Tonight is the final class and everyone has to project their shots on the wall for everyone else to see...

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    hmm, i cant figure out how to post the pics in the thread, guess you will have to click the links...
     
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    Hey there,

    This thread explains how to post pictures here: http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=30115

    Your links should work fine though.

    Some very nice pictures here, I especially like the last one and #5, nice composition and lighting. Some of the other pictures are a little more lacking in these two areas though, in my opinion.

    A suggestion: number your pictures so people have an easier time pointing out which one they are talking about. It's a hassle to count from the top.
     
  4. LaFoto

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    Heya sausmatoe, welcome to ThePhotoForum! :D

    I went into your thread and edited it so the links show as photos, plus I added numbers to your pics so that viewers can more easily comment on individual photos, saying "I like # so-and-so best because...".

    When you hotlink from flickr you MUST make sure to leave out the ?v=0 in the extension of your URL ... the URL MUST end in .jpg and no more, else it won't work.

    As to your photos, other than that I find them quite dark overall, I like the concept of candid photography with long shutter speeds in these surroundings, and my favourites of the series are Photos 8 and 9.
     
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    Thanks for that! I will remember when linking pics in the future... i was going for a dark, high contrast, grainy feel for the series and tried to keep it consistent throughout.

    Thanks for the feedback!
     
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    Wow! For some reason these pictures really grab my attention, good luck on the assignment!
     
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    awsome series. #4+5 are $$$$$$$$$$
     
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    Woow :) they looks so cool! The one of the train zooming past is such a good effect!! did u edit it to make it that good? or was the train moving when u took it?
     
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    You have a really nice series I like all of them
    2 3 and 4 stand out to me
     
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    thanks for the feedback everyone! the train was moving so i just used a shutter speed of 1/4 seconds to capture the movement.
     
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    heyyyy look at you ;) ha ha thats cool :biggrin:
     

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