CROWFOOT LRT STATION, CALGARY, ALBERTA, CANADA
Blue-hour exterior light cast the modern architecture and warm interior light of this station in the best possible way. And the stairs to the lower level meant I could try various compositions from dramatically different viewpoints. Nikon D7100, tripod, 18-70 mm. lens.
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Exquisite composition, Frank. I Especially like the geometrics and the blue light. 🙂
Thanks for the kind words. It was a fun place to photograph — and there was no one around to tell me I couldn’t use my tripod. 😀
I love the light in this! I must admit, I will take a closer look at the architectural features next time I’m in an LRT station!
Thanks, Sheryl. The key thing, too, is to experiment with light balances. I went for a daylight balance, which increased the warmth of the interior light.
The other nice thing about many LRT stations is there’s no security guards around to prevent photographers from using tripods. Bonus! 🙂