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This is a greet idea for an amazing photographer, that I have seen done very well many times before.

I can see that you must of had a tripod as your shutter speed was 2sec's.

As you can see this is enough to easily blur the moving people but in doing so, do make the shoot look a bit messy.

If you where to add a big spotter filter to this shot & get the shutter speed down to say 2 mins min or even as long as 10 mins. What this will hopefully do ( it's a lot of trail & error!) is blur the moving bits so much that they disappear from the exposure totally.

So just leaving you with a sharp well exposures shot of the station.

It also looks like maybe you used an HDR filter like Topaz to get the look in the brick work. If so try running it on a layer and then holding it back by 50% to make the look softer.

Please note this is just ideas on things you can, I still like the shot as is!

Well Done.

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mikepearce 10 3 1 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2014 4:16PM
Hi Allen,
thank you for your kind comments!
but the blurry effect was the effect i was after . I could of used a ND filter which would of completely remove the movement. I understand its not to everyone's taste.
but thank you for taking the time to look and make a constructive comment!!
Mollycat Plus
6 21 2 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2014 8:45PM
The hustle and bustle of a busy station captured so well Mike.

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