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The Metro

The Metro

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The lighting was very dim and played nicely with the camera’s white balance reader.

Rosslyn station is the deepest on the Orange and Blue Lines; passing through a rock-bored tunnel. Its platform lies some 97 vertical feet below street level (its ceiling is nearly 60 feet high). It features the third longest continuous escalator in the world, at 437 feet; an escalator ride between the street level and the mezzanine level takes 159 seconds.

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Sam Rua14-Oct-2013 01:18
That's a really nice comp for this scene, Glenn. And a great use of the FE. V
Ron 15-Oct-2011 21:46
Hi Glenn, Sigma says (in it's video) that the lense is design for Full fram DSLR, is that true ? or can I use it with my Nikon D90 . Thanks !
Steve Morris09-Jul-2009 18:00
This is a terrific shot Glenn - the curves and colours make a spectacular graphic!! A real cracker!!
Walter O. Koenig19-Jun-2009 00:45
Great fisheye shot. Nicely aimed to get the best distortions on the wall. I know this station well. "V"
Mikael Larsen18-Jun-2009 22:13
Great use of a fisheye. Plus a bit movement from the train. v
bill friedlander18-Jun-2009 20:00
Beautiful sweeping curves and lines. The lighting and colors are great. V
thomas18-Jun-2009 19:27
Crazy, dizzy metro! You are probably the best fisheye user out there.
Fong Lam18-Jun-2009 18:57
Very futuristic !! V
an nguyen18-Jun-2009 16:30
Excellent perspective...Wow...
Steve Mockford18-Jun-2009 10:14
Great subject for the fisheye and you have used it masterfully. What made you think to time the escalator?
pkocinski18-Jun-2009 09:26
Great image: the colors, shapes and slight blur add so much to this!
Willy Alfaro18-Jun-2009 03:41
Wonderful visuals, the diagonals are so powerful!! V!
waterfalls man18-Jun-2009 02:26
Excellent Capture V
Dave Perez18-Jun-2009 00:17
Amazing capture Glenn! The fisheye and the tones really work well on this one! "V"
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