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Rush hour

By iansamuel  
Taken with Lensbaby 1.0 at Canary Wharf tube station.

Tags: London Underground Transport Specialist and abstract Lensbaby Tube Canary wharf Portraits and people

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Carabosse Plus
13 40.0k 269 England
17 Jul 2007 12:32PM
In a picture in which you want to give a sense of movement it is usually helpful to have something sharp - as a reference point. Everything is a bit too blurry here, including the static bits of the scene.

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randomrubble 11 3.0k 12 United Kingdom
17 Jul 2007 12:33PM
I like the lensbaby effect, but I like to see something sharp in shots taken with it, I also find the CA disturbing on this shot.

Good to see a different approach, but it's not for me in this case.
John_Frid 10 514 56 United Kingdom
17 Jul 2007 5:46PM
Nice to see a creative approach, but I agree with others that it needs something sharp for the eye to rest on.
It may be my monitor, but the image seems a bit dark.
gyom 9 France
18 Jul 2007 8:24AM
love it^^
i like your approach and i agree with the above comment (john frid), it is really dark, maybe if it s lighter the silhouette of the woman will looks more sharp and will give a repair point for the eyes!!!
cheers
iansamuel 12 271 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2007 10:38PM
You're right of course, there should be something that is sharp(er). Probably the girl on the left. But I guess this is just a work in progress, an idea that partly worked.

The darkness I don't mind, and the CA works for me in this.

Thanks

ian

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