The Art of Transit

The art of transit

photo by Jan Kretschmer, via Flickr Another nice photo taken with an iPhone, this time of a bus lane in Munich and the bus and U-bahn station. Jan did a great job capturing the dark of the street and the white light of the station. Some of his other iPhone [continue reading]

The art of transit

photo by the dude abides, via submission Proof again that the subject of a photo doesn’t have to dominate the frame. The inbound Gold Line train is seen here across Los Angeles State Historic Park on the northern end of downtown L.A. The photo was taken with the Instagram app [continue reading]

The art of transit

photo by Tamara Manning, via Flickr Nice shot of bus and sky — the grain looks great. Click on the photo to see it larger. The photo was taken with an iPhone 3Gs and edited with the Camera+ app’s HDR filter. Where was it taken? Take a guess — answer [continue reading]

The art of transit

photo by Martin Gommel, via Flickr creative commons I don’t know much about this photo — I found it in Martin’s photostream on Flickr and really like it. It was taken near Karlsruhe, Germany — a small train for tourists that runs through the woods. This is just one of [continue reading]

The art of transit

photo by Evelyne Leveke, via Flickr This is the second time that we’ve featured Lisbon in the art of transit. This wonderful shot of one of the city’s old streetcars was taken with an iPhone — another example of the great work that can be done with phone cameras and [continue reading]

The art of transit

photo by Paul Bailey, via Flickr This is the Gold Line on the bridge that crosses the Arroyo Seco — a very photogenic spot. I like the black-and-white here, especially with the trees in the foreground and a hint of the hills under the bridge. The subject of the photo [continue reading]

The art of transit

photos by Michel Saive, via his Flickr photostream Michel took both of these photos in Poland and then processed them with the tilt-shift method that makes the subjects look like toys or miniatures. The above bus stop is in Krakow; the photo at right was taken in Krynica. In addition [continue reading]

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