The Phoenix Railway Photographic Circle / I_Cowley_1
Exhibition: The Human Element
18/04/2005

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I_Cowley_1

Crowds of pedestrians wait at Pelham St. crossing Lincoln for a Class 170 to depart. May 2001.

Ian Cowley

 

I Cowley 1
This is an excellent picture which is very difficult to criticise, capturing, as it does, a moment in a lot of people's lives to perfection. The compostion, cropping and execution are faultless. (Bob Avery)

 

Very well done. Good exposure and composition although I keep feeling I’d like to see a bit more of the right hand side to give a better balance. Perhaps there was something unspeakable just out of shot. (David Flitcroft)

 

The people are falling out of the bottom of the picture and, with the train rather too distant, the picture has an empty centre and fails to come together. (Martin Higginson)

 

Humm not sure about this. Although the idea is sound I am not keen on the blurred bodies but sharp legs and feet, I feel it should have had a longer exposure, sorry not for me (Geoff Dowling)

 

The backlighting is superb here. Not only do we have lots of people waiting at the crossing but the shadows really highlight the scene (Jonathan Cordle)