A Different Viewpoint....

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
1) High....




2) Low....




JIm
 

hiker

Banned
most unusual images from you & really cool, yes really!

the first is almost high as cctv camera? & second is just, erm, really neat, you must have lay down totally & lucky no people, fantastic concept/shot!

are there no people use trains where you live? ha
 

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
Jim, are you showing the positions of before and after a heavy drinking session??

But seriously, I like the 2nd shot..

Cheers :D

Raj
Thanks Raj - and "No" - even for me 8 in the morning is a little early to be suffering quite that much ;)


Different sort of shots from you and both excellent!

Cheers Gordon - just found myself on an empty train and had a daft idea :)


Like the idea Jim, the second shot is the best for me.


Mark.

Appreciate the feedback Mark - I like both (DUH!) but it was the concept of the second shot (which I took first) that triggered the idea...


lol @ rajs comment.

I agree like the second one, and nice idea.

Cheers - and i'll get raj back for that one....... sometime <devil>


most unusual images from you & really cool, yes really!

the first is almost high as cctv camera? & second is just, erm, really neat, you must have lay down totally & lucky no people, fantastic concept/shot!

are there no people use trains where you live? ha

Many thanks for your kind words Ami - much appreciated :)

...and Ami "Wins the Gold Watch" as the high level shot was indeed intended to emulate the on-train CCTV camera's viewpoint of the scene and that's why it's processed quite a bit more heavily that the other shot to try and get that gritty look - well done Ami

...and I think I must look too scary to sit in the same car as ;)

....and now for something completely different... :) I like #1 best Jim

Cheers SevloW - I love to see the differnet reactions/perceptions that people have to seeing the same images :)


Thanks Darth - appreciate the feedback :)


I must admit I didn't expect these two spur of the moment shots to get so much feedback - thanks again to you all - much appreciated :)


JIm
 
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Holowlegs

Well-known Member
Hello there

Like the 2nd one, and well converted.

Cheers Frank
 

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
Thanks Frank and Pete - very much appreciated :smashin:

Jim
 

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
Cheers ALex - I take it you've seen the Horror Film "Tube" then ?

JIm
 

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
I haven't actually...
...not missing much as such films go - basic horror/mutant-slasher mix but set in London Underground and a few shots in deserted/near-deserted tube carriages..... :)

JIm
 

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
Thanks - appreciate the comment - always nice to have another fan of unusual perspectives :smashin:

Jim
 

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