Gals in metro: brick eye fight
I like it, and I like your blog, although I do not speak Russian, I enjoy the 360º photos.
I am specializing in spherical panoramas, shoot them for living for various types of the clients. Great format with plenty of possibilities (and limitations :))
very cool metro shot and, as previously mentioned, I love the Fisheye shots and you really know how to utilise that lens
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Thank you, Jack!
Yes, fisheye is my main tool to get money fo living
I'm scratching my head actually,..because i can't understand how someone who saw such a great positon and location then settle for what you did. Excuse my harshness, but i would like to see what else you took from that spot, or encourage you to revist it.
Thank you for posting these. The 3rd image here is great. I like how the people are spaced and that they all face away except for that man sitting. I like also, the unexpected eeriness of the empty train and its harsh lines to that of the sculptured curves. This aspect is pushed out more and commands more attention in this image.
I like the position of the second image too as it shows another dynamic, i only wish the people would cooperate more.
Have you thought about a series of this area?..you make it look like a goldmine of opportunites.
All the best.
Thank you for your comments! Really appreciated!
Moscow metro system provides plenty of opportunities for street photographer, some stations are really beautiful...
Actually I think about gathering of photographs for a blurb book. Probably it can result into some exhibition... Need to upgrade my Fuji X10 to something with higher resolution for this project I have a 5DMkII, but it is too intrusive for such kind of photography.