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TGV by mdomaradzki TGV by mdomaradzki
Taken at Gare de Lyon train station in Paris. It is a combination of 3 photos. On the surface it looks fine but in the future I promise to correct some of the dodgy join mistakes. ;)
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Given 2013-08-07
TGV by *mdomaradzki is a combination of several images at work to create a great atmosphere and highlight a sophisticated transport. ( Suggested by KeinZantezuken and Featured by Kaz-D )
This picture is spectacular. The contrast of the black and white is splendid, I've only seen such few people who really get it so perfect.

For vision, I've given five stars because to be able to spot this almost symmetrical point and get that pole almost dead center in the photo is just wonderful. It takes a really creatively brilliant human to look at something random, such as a train stop where there are wires all around and buildings (the typical distractions in photos) and be able to capture all of its glory and make it look like the photograph wouldn't work if there hadn't been wires hanging around.

Originality I gave four and a half stars just because trains are sometimes a popular capture for most photographers, but again you executed the picture profoundly and this has brought me almost to five stars.

Technique is marvelous. I love how on the left side of this photo everything is just a tad lighter and as one moves their eyes across to the right, it grows darker. The photo leaves one to linger, taking in every detail such as the clocks on the pole which I hadn't even noticed till this sentence. Such details as the clocks emphasize the smaller things such as wires, the wrinkles in the fabric above the pole and the numbers on the train. Truly a tremendous piece.

Impact I gave five stars because when I look at this photograph, it stirs memories. Memories about waiting for something, about travel, about rainy days (the clouds on the right) and memories about my childhood. It gives me this "woah" feeling, like I'm standing on the grand canyon, heart pounding and looking over to see these vast natural canyons carved deep and long. I want to say it's strong, images like this make me want to visit the place, even if it's the smallest town, and the smallest train station in the world. The photographer makes it look like the most important place existing on this Earth today, and that's a good thing. I would buy this photo's print and put it across my wall.

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Seeu-hikari Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
world fast train in world !!!
smppresents Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2013
very good
JSH50 Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2013
Ph03n1x-Warr1or-Z Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2013
The contrast in tones really give this photo plenty of details and depth.  In addition, this angle really puts emphasis on the power usually associated with trains, as it shows their strength very well.  Spectacular job!
chriseastmids Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
anilbujji Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2013  Student Filmographer
Nice dude
blanket86 Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
This is so amazing. I love this style. Great work!
WakaPay Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2013
oWO do those train really exist the looks so futuristic awesome detail in the photo and very clean good Job and congratulation in the Daily DeviantArt >.</
pollygone300 Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2013   General Artist
Reminds me of when I took the NCR mono rail into the strip from Camp McCarran
zhiliton Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2013
every statement is acknowledged :)
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