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  #150 Tunnel Vision, or Visions of Tunnels
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Smile       ©2014 kerszkavet
Panasonic DMC-FZ150       5th place, 133 points
1/20s, f5, ISO 400, 25mm, Aperture Priority, Center Weighted Average, no flash
 
Post-Processing: levels, rotate & crop, layer to darken burnt out lights       Extra Info: Commuters may be a miserable lot, but I never see anyone obey this command from Transport for London...
 
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Lo
Nov 17, 2014
    Nice finish! I guess I am in the minority here, but I felt that the help port on the left grounded the photo gave me a sense of being right there.

mrsawyer
Nov 17, 2014
    Congrats on your double top 5!

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kerszkavet
Nov 17, 2014
    Thanks for all the positive comments.
I'd thought about cloning out the help point, but clearly should have ... and get the lines aligned right.

forkcandles... this is the tunnel to the Pentonville Road exit at King's Cross. I think it was the only part of the station that was not modernised when they refurbished it recently.

davep56
Nov 17, 2014
    Fav shot but I would have lost the 'Help Point'

Lo
Nov 16, 2014
    I wonder how many of the commuters actually even see the sign, or recognize what it says. That's quite the tunnel! You've composed the photo perfectly, with the figure giving a sense of scale.

Mepo
Nov 16, 2014
    Best representation of an echo I`ve seen! Loose the object on the wall and get the diagonals to be exactly aligned and I think you would improve this a lot. Eye catching shot - I like it.

SteveBee
Nov 15, 2014
    On theme for sure. When making symmetry the essence of an image as in this case, it needs to be perfect. If you look at the lower left and right corners you will see it is not quite there.

johncomyn
Nov 14, 2014
    Very interesting tunnel, like the angle you shot from. I think could be better if you moved forward a little to exclude the object on the left, or even cropped.

forkcandles
Nov 14, 2014
    well the sign is above eye level ......
which part of the underground was this
like this one for the balance and the black figure gives size

RobertLavker
Nov 14, 2014
    Great capture of a tunnel. It might have been more effective if you brightened it slightly and enhanced the contrast. Just a thought.
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