August 8, 2013

Train Conductor, Tokyo

Photograph by Danilo Dungo, National Geographic Your Shot

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"Traveling by train is the most convenient way to travel in Japan," says photographer Danilo Dungo, a member of the National Geographic Your Shot community. Here, a train operator announces the approach to Tokyo's Shinagawa subway station on the busy Yamanote Line.

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16 comments
pawan kumar
pawan kumar

hi Denilo, great job . just reflection of another train make it splendid

Philip Graves
Philip Graves

Great picture!! It looks like some sort of time travel.

Danilo Dungo
Danilo Dungo

Thank you for the comments. I took this shot with a single exposure, the National Geographic Your Shot community has its rule to follow to create a photo with your creative and idea not by the power of the modern software of your computer. What I did was set the shutter speed at the lowest which you can still shot at handheld position to blur the opposite speeding train and I use the glass reflection  to have the effect  and slide + of the saturation slider of the lightroom to enchance the photo..God Bless!

NicCk Och
NicCk Och

must have been at least 4 exposures...very nicely made, but I wonder if it wasn't set in post-production-process

Christoffer R.
Christoffer R.

This has to be a in-camera double exposure that both Nikon and Canon supports now a days. I would love to see more documentary kind of multiple exposures like this one.

Filipe Deandrade
Filipe Deandrade

Very cool. I wold love to know the details of this photo

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