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An iconic image from our recent holiday in New York. This shot depicts a subway train pulling into a station platform. It was taken fairly early on a week day morning during December 2010.

I have altered this shot using Adobe lightroom. This program allowed me to adjust the saturation and the temperature of the shot. I was surprised at how clean the platform looks so I wanted to make the shot seem a little more oppressive and bleak, as it did seem quiet unfriendly to my mind, but then I do live in a quiet English country village , where people still say good morning to each other. ( Miss Marple Country)

I liked this shot as there is a sense of action where the train carriages are blurred yet the emptiness of the platform suggests a quieter desolate scene. I think this is called Juxtaposition

Camera:Fujifilm FinePix S9600 Zoom
Recording media:JPEG (digital)
Title:Down in the tube station at midnight
Username:FaceFirst FaceFirst
Uploaded:14 Jan 2011 - 12:45 PM
Tags:Budleigh photographer, December 2010, Holiday, Landscape / travel, New york, Subway, Tube, Tube station, Underground
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