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hastingsb


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Registered: November 2013
Location: Chester
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London Tube shot
Date: Wed, 2, April, 2014 Views: 2324
Filesize: 78.3kb, 109.0kb Dimensions: 830 x 605
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Keywords: hastingsb photo
Film make, size & rating:: Kentmere 100
Film developer & temp:: Rodinal 1:25
Lens Focal Length, aperture & speed:: Rollei 35, 40mm, f3.5, 1/15
Tripod used Y or N:: N

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Tony Marlow
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Registered: September 2008
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Wed, 2, April, 2014 6:26pm

I do like this print not least as it captures all the people on the tube but only two seem to be connected to an i-phone or computer with the large majority reading a newspaper, amazing. When I have been travelling by rail recently I thought nobody had ever heard of newspapers or books.


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Mike O'Pray
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Wed, 2, April, 2014 9:40pm

Good picture and well exposed. I take it that this was a wide angle (24/28?) and zone focused so it was all in focus. Was it taken from waist level? I often wonder what might happen if a traveller at the far end of a carriage put a camera to his eye


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hastingsb
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Sat, 5, April, 2014 3:06pm

Hi Mike, thank you. It was taken through a 40mm lens zone focused as you say. It was taken looking through the view finder, most people don't notice you taking pictures on the tube as they're too wrapped up in whatever else they are doing...


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Martin Aislabie

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Location: Stratford-upon-Avon, England
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Fri, 11, April, 2014 11:08am

Love these photographs of the everyday life of ordinary people just going about their business.


In 5 or 10 years we will look back and smile.


In 25 years time we will look back at awe and wonder


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