We rode south on the Houston Metro Red line and made photos at Hermann Park—a relative patch of greenery in an otherwise heavily urbanized environment.
I exposed these views using my FujiFilm XT1 with f2.0 90mm lens.
To make the most of the scene, I used shallow depth of field (by working a wide aperture set manually) and panned the passing light rail cars to convey a sense of motion and depth.
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In April 2017, I used my Lumix LX7 to photograph the Genoa, Italy Metro.
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When I think of subway systems, New York, London and Paris immediately come to mind, as do Moscow, and Washington D.C.
I’ve traveled on subways in many cities over the last year including; Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Köln, Brussels, Boston, Prague and Vienna.
How about Lausanne?
In April, Denis McCabe and I briefly visited Lausanne, Switzerland and went for a short spin on the Lausanne Metro.
I’m not a fan of subways with exterior doors.
My primary complaint is that exterior doors make photography difficult. But also these raises the cost of construction, maintenance and operation without providing much benefit to passengers.
Not withstanding, I made this image at the Flon station using my Lumix LX7.
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