Union Station And The Link’s HVAC Reflections

Inside The Link in February

Yet another fisheye lens photo, and my fifth and final shot from my series of photos taken from inside The Link Skywalk between Union Station and Crown Center on the evening of Saturday February 12th. These kind of visually complicated things under the right lighting are pretty much my favorite things to do with photography. The ceiling and HVAC reflections in the glass wouldn’t be nearly so evident without the HDR/tone-mapped processing I applied by taking multiple exposures in-camera and blending them on my computer.

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  1. radiomankc
    radiomankc says:

    Yet another tiresome skywalk blue colorized fish picture. The thrill is gone, bud! How about an airport essay? Or one down at the Bond bridge giving us a better look. Or a study of potholes? Or bundled up kids at the bus stop. Union station is way overpublicized. Ya know, every city has one they don’t really know what to do with. Are you getting free meals down there, or what? Sorry for the cynicism but you’re style’s getting very predictable.

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    • Eric
      Eric says:

      Radioman you are so full of shit sometimes it’s unreal. This was the final photo in a set I did one night and I felt like posting it. In your demented mind you honestly believe taking pictures of kids at a bus stop is of some use for my site? Get real or keep your shit on Tony’s site and off mine.

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  2. radiomankc
    radiomankc says:

    thanks for your views, and your personal attack. Its tough being a blogger, isn’t it? And one of the risks we take for blogging is we open ourselves up to outside opinion. That requires a thicker skin. Perhaps you should delete unpleasant comments, just as tony should delete offending ones. I simplly think you have done better work, which I’ve told you about in the past but the world is saturated with train station photos. How many different ways can we photograph that white elephant that appeared on phone books for fifty years? I won’t bother you again.

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  3. Karen
    Karen says:

    A photographer does not take a picture, he makes it. If in your heart you felt like making that picture and posting it I’m glad. I didn’t see the rest of the referenced pictures but I did see this one and I’m very pleased that I did. Not everyone is going to go through every shot in your site. It’s not a bad idea to scatter some similar shots, that represent a particular scene or idea, around your site so people have a better chance of seeing them. Just sayin’.

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