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photoblog image Union Station Grand Hall I

Union Station Grand Hall I

Union Station's Grand Hall on a late summer's afternoon when the light is entering the windos at just the right angle to creat this effect. No photoshopping has been done on this image other than a simple crop and resize.

Union Station Grand Hall I

Union Station's Grand Hall on a late summer's afternoon when the light is entering the windos at just the right angle to creat this effect. No photoshopping has been done on this image other than a simple crop and resize.

comments (4)

  • ayodeji
  • United States
  • 16 May 2006, 00:13
This is a GREAT picture. I really like it. I love the color on the building, and how 'regal' the building looks (if that makes sense)... Very nice shot. See, it's people like you that take such effortless great pictures that I aspire to be like. Well done!
Iain Myrans: I assure you it's a fluke! I worked as a lighting designer (theatrical) for many years so these kinds of unique lighting situations draw my attention I guess. I was very pleased with the results on this one. The majority of my photos aren't so effortless I assure you! I look at the work of other bloggers here and feel somewhat amatureish sometimes!
  • Reza
  • United States
  • 16 May 2006, 01:02
I like this aswell as the two above me. But! That blue thing top right hand corner...possible cloning out?
This is called being at the right place at the right time
A fellow Olympus user, nice picture, welcome to shutterchance!!

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aperture f/5.6
sensitivity ISO100
focal length 45.0mm
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