My flickr contact Glyn Brownson posted this terrific interior of a staircase leading down to the London Underground taken with his Ricoh GR.
My flickr contact callum colquhoun posted this fantastic image of people on their smartphones taken through windows of a subway car in Seoul, South Korea with his Ricoh GR.
Wonderful use of high contrast.
Fulton Center Subway Hub, New York City.
This is Gary Sharp shooting up at the rotunda in the center of the Fulton Center Subway Hub. There is another level below the circle that Gary is standing in front of which is an excellent vantage point for shooting the rotunda as well.
It took a while to get a shot with “think again” on the signs which were almost all T-Mobile ads.
My flickr contact Mihaly Ivany took this outstanding image of a metro station in Budapest, Hungary. Looks like something out of a science fiction movie.
Flickr member Götz Gringmuth-Dallmer Photography posted this image of a Tokyo subway station. Brilliant image. Wow.
Flickr member Denis S and his Fuji X took this picture in a subway station in Arras, France with his Fuji X100T.
Great motion blur and scale working here.
My flickr contact NYC Subway Rider posted this great shot of open subway doors on a packed train at 59th Street and Lexington Ave.
Flickr member Pete Rowbottom, Wigan, UK took this excellent image across the tracks at the Baker Street Station, London Underground with his Fuji X100S.
My flickr contact NYC Subway Rider posted this wonderfully compressed image of the 7 train pulling into a station in Queens, New York. You can see the Sony (AT&T) building in Manhattan behind it, a world (and river crossing) away.
My flickr contact NYC Subway Rider has posted this excellent image of two men on a New York subway taken with his Panasonic LX7.
This image is processed using an HDR (high dynamic range) technique which I’m not usually a fan of, but I think this photographer is handling it perfectly. Yes, his images seem pumped up, but the nature of the images lends itself to this kind of processing. I’ll be posting more of his work in the future, I really like it.