Fürth Hauptbahnhof
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Best of Nikonians 2019 – Segment Segment 4 - Converging Lines


"Fürth Hauptbahnhof" - Egbert Reinhold (Ineluki)
D4 | 16mm | 4sec. | f/16 | ISO-100
· Date: Fri 22-November-2019 · Views: 390 · Filesize: 124.9KB, 505.0KB · Dimensions: 1183 x 787 ·
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Wed 29-July-2020 04:32 Rating: 9 

Furth:


A very nice vanishing point perspective.


Question: Did you consider placing the camera midway between the two trains? Or, were you setup for the image as captured, and the second train on the right, came in unexpectedly?


I am interested in your setup strategy.


Regards,


Hal
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Wed 29-July-2020 04:46

Egbert:


I apologize, for not being awake enough to recognize that your name is not Furth.


I realize that getting old is not for the timid or faint of heart.


Regards,


Hal (HBB)
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Fri 31-July-2020 06:55

Hi Hal,


second train came by surprise. I was struggling with a drunk man the moment when the two trains started. Just pressed the release.


Egbert
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Sat 01-August-2020 09:26

Egbert: Thanks for the explanation.


The station looks almost deserted, and spotless... What time of day was it?


Do you plan to return to the site, possibly to capture additional images?


Regards,


Hal
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Sat 01-August-2020 09:37

Hal, at the moment no. To take a photo like this you need an official permission.


Egbert
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Sat 01-August-2020 09:39

Every time a train starts you will see in every subway station emptiness because the crowd is inside the trains.