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The Greatest work hallway shot ever?
Posted By: Igilligan, 05-17-2008, 06:10 PM

Post em' if you can beat it... but it dont get much better than this one



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05-17-2008, 06:48 PM   #2
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Kind of a hallway. SFO Bart station, this obviously wasn't the train taking me home.
Shot with my old Optio W10.
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05-17-2008, 06:56 PM   #3
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Ummm not really a hallway bit they are working Kids at my daughter's Collage ...

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how about the louvre? sigma 10-20, corrected for perspective and resized


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then again

maybe versailles

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Well not exactly a hallway, but if I open the door to my "office" (read construction trailer) and look outside this is what I see. A brief shower generated all the mist you see rising from the ground and the subway cars. Coney Island Yard, someone told me this is the largest passenger rail yard in the world.



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Why don't you open up all the interior doors and shoot one down the length of all 10 cars.

Talk about tunnel vision
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Lowell: Not easy to do, I'd have to prop open the inter car doors, which are self closing and find the keys to the 4 cab doors in the middle of the train. Theoretically we're not supposed to be taking any shots in the yard "for security purposes" what ever that means. I can just see some security guy happening on the scene "What are you doing!" "I'm taking a photograph down the center of all 10 cars" "Why do you want to do that?" "Because it would make a good photo" "Come with me! and give me your camera". But you are right, it would make a good photo.

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Salty might not have a roof on his workplace, so here is a shot of my office roof:

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And my workplace:

05-17-2008, 08:11 PM   #10
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Ok I give up... 8th best?

you guys are killin' me here....
05-17-2008, 08:13 PM   #11
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Hey Gus, isn't it amazing how people veer off thread? Yours was the only hallway, work or otherwise.
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05-17-2008, 08:39 PM   #12
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Yes Gary, they veered, but they veered good... actually, even with all the art houses and fancy pics... your bart station shot with the shiny cones, taken with the P&S is my fave... but dont tell Lowell with his louvre and versailles, haha!

Actually as soon as I posted I knew the fisheyes and 10-20mm would be coming, so maybe I should have said "The greatest 28mm work hallway shot ever". If I had I would be dominating right now.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Damn Brit Quote
Hey Gus, isn't it amazing how people veer off thread? Yours was the only hallway, work or otherwise.
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Oh yes, just see how quickly the work hallway deprived are oppressed (makes mental note to stick to thread title and post a real hallway shot)

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QuoteOriginally posted by Dale Quote
Oh yes, just see how quickly the work hallway deprived are oppressed (makes mental note to stick to thread title and post a real hallway shot)

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