Blu Line





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Behind The Lens

I took this picture during a trip to Stockholm. It was in the underground of the blu line.
It was during the afternoon, but it is not important since the shot was taken in the underground station.
The light was artificial in a dark scenery, so I had to increase the ISO.
This was shot on a Nikon D750, with an AF-S 24-120mm f/4G ED VR lens. No other equipment was involved.
I am a self taught photographer, so basically every new shot is a new lesson to learn for me. I wanted to see and show on a frame the moving metro.
Luckily the shot didn't need much of processing nor editing.
In my camera bag
The first thing I always pack is my Nikon D750, together with the 24-120 mm lens. If then I need to shot mainly portraits, I take with me my 50mm lens with has a great aperture. The tripod is basically always with me even if I have no plans for using it... you'll never know!
There's not a particular skill needed to capture a similar shot. You just need to be careful to the shooting time, in order to give a moving effect to the subject but not ruining the overall sharpening.

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