Across the Aisle

Across the Aisle

Across the Aisle | New York City | 2018 | 1/60 sec @ f/4 and ISO 3200

Although a short week, due to a public holiday in Germany, I’m glad it is over. Looking forward to a weekend of rest.

Across the Aisle

Across the Aisle | New York City | 2018 | 1/125 sec @ f/4 and ISO 3200

Shooting street photography in a subway is not so difficult, and there are always interesting characters sitting across the isle. Everybody is either half asleep or occupied with the smartphone. A great place to shoot inconspicuous street portraits. Be ware to get at least 1/60 sec of shutter speed, as the trains are always moving and rumbling on their tracks, so make sure you dial in a fast enough speed, at least 1/60 of a second to avoid motion blur.

The photos were taken with my Olympus OM-D E-M1 and the mZuiko 12-100mm F/4. RAW conversion and post processing in Lightroom Classic CC.

If you want to pick up your camera this weekend and are still looking for some fresh inspirations what to shoot, visit my free Learning Center .

Wish you a great weekend!

Marcus

Related Posts:

Street Photography Quick Tip 1 – A way to shoot inconspicuously

Street Photography Quick Tip 6 – Shoot in a station

Instant Inspiration (11) – Change of Perspective

Instant Inspiration (21) – Shoot what attracts your eye

16 comments

    1. Ooops, I hope I didn’t violate any copy rights here, Keith 😉 ! But that’s what I did, I was shooting people sitting across the aisle. Our subways in Nuremberg have the airplane concept, so nothing that you can really do over here. Have a great weekend! Marcus

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      1. I had actually started reading your quick tips after reading your post but hadn’t quite got as far as 15!.. The guy with the sandwich looks like he could punch you! Great shots and thanks for the tips – I shall continue reading 🙂

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