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post by nausea   |  | 
Stuttgart - Metro
< on 7/7/2021 1:40 PM >

Both of the pictures were taken in Stuttgart, Germany.

Dirty_but_happy by n4u534, auf Flickr
Till now, this was by far my most intense session. Included a very spontaneous and chaotic entrance and a very unconventional exit strategy.




0815 by n4u534, auf Flickr
classic emergency exit lookdown.


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post by samw1seg   |  | 
Re: Stuttgart - Metro
<Reply # 1 on 7/29/2021 3:24 PM >

Love both of these shots, there's nothing I would change. I would love to get into that emergency exit myself..


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post by nausea   |  | 
Re: Stuttgart - Metro
<Reply # 2 on 8/5/2021 9:18 AM >

Posted by samw1seg
Love both of these shots, there's nothing I would change. I would love to get into that emergency exit myself..


Thanks man, this particular ee was also on my bucket list for a very long time.


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post by Steed   |  | 
Re: Stuttgart - Metro
<Reply # 3 on 8/5/2021 1:53 PM >

Both are great images, but since this is the critiques section...

I am curious about the pose in the first picture. Is that you or a friend? And is that train parked or moving at some speed?

Second picture is amazing and shouldn't be changed. Was it easy getting into position or did it involve dangling way over the edge?

If I were to shoot there, what I think would look interesting is having a person lying down on the stairs looking up at the camera, probably on the left side so they look upright. That's what I would do if I had that setup and a person to pose there. Not necessarily what you should pursue, of course.


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post by nausea   |  | 
Re: Stuttgart - Metro
<Reply # 4 on 8/5/2021 2:35 PM >

Posted by Steed
I am curious about the pose in the first picture. Is that you or a friend? And is that train parked or moving at some speed?

Its a friend of mine, he wasnt posing on purpose. I think i took the picture right when he was inspecting his arms because we had to lay down a view seconds before to hide from a train passing by. The train in the picture though is parked.





Posted by Steed
Was it easy getting into position or did it involve dangling way over the edge?

it was actually not too hard. We were standing on the metal grid ceiling from where you have access to the stairs. So we just had to open a hatch to get the perfect center shot.


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