Published: Friday 6th of October 2006 12:34:30 AM
Love the blur and the splash of color.
Wilson, excellent capture with incredible exposure control & nice perspective, very effective!!! Best regards
Wilson, so you are back to Bangkok? Very interesting capture. I like the still and the motion together. Best Regards my friend.
Great motion with the man as contrast.
Such nice exposure Wilson, I wonder how did you get the accentuated and the blur, is it a stitch? In any event, it is very well executed. I like the two people on the other side they add to the feeling of ballance.
Hi! Nice work wilson.at firstlook i thought that it a real one.nice PS work. keep shooting.
Excelent capture, Wilson... a craft at the level of Masters!
Okay, I looked at all three first. This is my number one pick cause it moves and grooves.
Amazing It's amazing how photography can make subtle things like a train arriving at a station look amazing. What I particularly love is both the people on the other side, and how at the end of the train, it appears as if the train isn't moving at all. Amazing work, I love your portfolio, Mark
love how this looks need help
looks great i cant seem to get my settings right to recreate this image
how did you get motion blur to work so well on the a620 i cant get my settings right :(
i would appreciate any help as i love your pictures and love my a620 and want to be able to do same
"Bangkok Skytrain" A mass transit train arrives at BTS Sala Daeng Station while a guard stands watch.