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Two Moon Junction

Posted on Wed 15th Feb, 2006, 5:15pm

ISO: 100, Shutter speed: 1/50, Aperture: f/13,
Camera: Canon EOS 20D, Flash: None, Cropping: None,
Lens: Sigma 18-50mm F2.8 EX DC, Focal length: 50mm,
Captured: 15th February 2006, 9:17am,

This is similar to the two shots (one / two) that I posted a while ago and sticks with the railway theme. It was taken at Clapham Junction station this morning while waiting for a delayed train.

I think this type of stuff is something I'd like to explore further. I'm sure there are probably lots of ways to fake the dirt/scratches in Photoshop and if/when I discover them I may even decide it looks better faked and start exploring that route. But this one is all real grime.

The 'moons' in this shot are actually lights reflected in the glass, by the way.

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Richard, Wed 15th Feb, 2006, 5:26pm
I like the film grain feeling in this photo. It's like watching an old 60s film on a projector.

Danielle, Wed 15th Feb, 2006, 5:35pm
That looks cool. I think I may have to attempt it in photoshop...

chris, Wed 15th Feb, 2006, 5:50pm
they dirty glass looks really good, i attempted it on the bus the other day but it wasn't dirty enough!

Jamey, Wed 15th Feb, 2006, 5:52pm
It takes a bit of processing in Photoshop to bring the dirt out properly but it's worth it.

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