A shot from Subway train

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Hi,I am a newbie here,Nice to meet you guys!

This photo was taken on a subway in Singapore with aperture of 2.8 and the shutter speed is 1 sec

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Luckily on that day, the lights in the tunnel were on, recently the lights are off for no reason....
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That's a great shot Tigerfish... Were you pointing out the back of the train while it was moving for that one?
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Very nice indeed. Curious what all you used for the effect.
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Axe wrote:
That's a great shot Tigerfish... Were you pointing out the back of the train while it was moving for that one?

Well, actually I was at the front of the train. Because the train is fully automated, there is no driver's cabin. There are also windows at the front as well as the back, for people to look out. :D
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Ahh, so you were heading towards it instead of rushing away.

It's a very nice effect either way :)

It must've been going pretty quick to get such detail in only a second.
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very nice, and so crisp.. almost looks solid. nice shot
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wow that is a very nice shot.. what camera did you use?
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Thank you guys!
The camera I used is fujifilm finepix S5000.
What I did was putting the camera against the wall beside the window, to keep it still. Then I just pressed shutter and took the picture.
I have tried different shutter speeds as well as different apertures. But found that 1 sec is the best, because the train kept shaking from side to side, 1 sec is the maximum for the train to keep moving smoothly.
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My Jaw is on the Floor!!

That shot is amazing!! :shock:

Well done!
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I would have held off posting it here and posted it in the new photography comp "Lines & Angles" (no-one said they had to be straight lines :D )
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he can still post it there can't he? i don't think anyone will mind :)
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Sweet eye candy right there, nice shot!
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That's awesome. It looks... unreal. Great job man.
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wow, simply inreal, incredible, so far I thought only 3d software packages make those, keep up the genius, Enjoy for good pleasure!

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