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Muuu34

Train conductor gone wild. Tokyo.



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RSeanC PRO+
 
RSeanC May 07, 2020
Great picture
mrsvilkic
 
mrsvilkic Feb 27
Amazing!
liznormlevangie PRO+
 
What a great photo! Love the leading lines and sense of movement! 👏🏻
andrewingals_6229
 
Very cool shot!
roeloudheusden
 
Good balance in lighting and unusual viewpoint. Cropping out the roof will improve composition and focuspoint. Roel

Behind The Lens

Location
This is a blend of 2 images. The interior was taken in Yokohama while the exterior was taken in Tokyo.
Time
The interior was shot in mid-afternoon. The exterior was shot in the evening.
Lighting
Nothing special about the lighting. Just whatever was available!
Equipment
Both images were shot with a Tamron 15-30mm ultra wide lens at 15mm. I have a filter adapter attached full-time which helps stabilize the camera when I press it against the front window of the train. It also blocks most of the reflections coming in from the double-paned glass.
Inspiration
Actually both of the original images are shots that I’ve shared individually. The one with train conductor had a nice view of Yokohama with natural motion blur from the slow shutter speed. But then I decided to send the guy into warp speed with the other image that I took from the Yurikamome Line in Tokyo (a driver-less train).
Editing
Very simple replacement in Photoshop. Just the train windows masked, and then color balance filters.
In my camera bag
Normally I have my D750, a 15-30mm ultra wide zoom lens, a 50mm prime lens, and a 70-200mm. This mostly covers the range 15mm to 200mm.
Feedback
The front window of the Yurikamome line is usually crowded. I got on a few stations ahead of this tunnel. You will need something to cut the window reflection.

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