I absolutely love this shot! There's so much about it that makes it irresistible. The moving of the train, the sense of depth and there's interesting stuff everywhere you look. Plus! The colour scheme is brilliant.
I hate adding something to my favorites that so many others have already... simply for the fact that I would rather expose new artists that are equally as good. However, sometimes I can't resist. The color in this photo is overwhelming. the child looking on as the train whizzes by. the life in this photo is incredible. the child looks so curious. I love the way that you develop your photos, and this is the epitome of what I have seen thus far. I have used similar technique, with the burn and dodging... or at least the simulation there of. I don't know what kind of camera you use, so I assume that you used a digital camera with a photoshop (or the like) darkroom. Really, I feel as if I am right there. I hope this made it into the book. thanks.
This one really caught my attention!Subway from quite a different point of view.I like its clarity and the long exposure effect that really gives a different dimension to the people that are captured,one that's more human and we're not used to it when using the subway!
Instantly liked this one. Great composition, lighting, and nice long exposure effect -- on the train, the people across the way, and the kid.
Most of all though, it FEELS like the subway (if a little romanticized). Dark but not really, with groups of anonymous people huddled in the shadows, thinking but usually not speaking as cars rush past.
Anyway great work; thanks for sharing. You'd probably get my vote in the contest. Needless to say
I love it. love the perspective. love the motion. love the colour triangle black, white, red. you did a wonderful job here and I really hope that this shot brings honour and fame to you. it's worth it. this shot evokes a lotta feelings inside of me. I'm somehow in the mood to travel. to visit people that once were important without a doubt. *sigh* this is really lovely. I have to look at this more often
Holy... I just have to say - this looks like one of my dreams... : O From many many years ago, just one of those ones that has stuck back there in the back of my head and you just brought it out.
Can't say I know a helluva lot about photography, but I'm really diggin' the tri-tone of this... and the child in the bottom right corner I think completes the piece - it would still be great but it's like he's the final detail. Great great shot...!