As promised, this is the second set of images that I took during an Instawalk through the Nuremberg subway system (read part 1 here). Thanks to Igers Nürnberg and VGN for making it possible. We were allowed to bring tripods, and did shooting in stations and out of the front window of our driverless subway while traveling between stations.
I took most photos with my favorite cam/lens combo, the Olympus OM-D E-M1X and the mZuiko 12-100mm F/4 Pro Zoom. Shooting in the low light underground was a perfect testing ground for the great image stabilization of the M1X combined with the lens-internal stabilized 12-100 F/4. The other camera I brought was the Olympus PEN-F with the WALIMEX Pro 7,5mm 1:3.5 Fish-Eye. We spent nearly 3hours in the subway system. The admins divided us into three groups, each exiting and shooting at different stations so we did not get into each others ways. See below more images from the walk.
I hope you enjoyed also the second set of my images from Nuremberg’s underground.
As with all Instawalks before, I really enjoyed the excursion with a group of likeminded photographers. We all had fun with the tour and the inspirations we took from one another, because each participant had different artistic takes on what and how to photograph. Thanks once more to the admins of the Nuremberg Instagram community and to the VGN for making this marvelous experience possible.
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Wish you a sunny Saturday!