Copenhagen Central Station, like many other major train stations, it's a good place to do some street and architectural photography. I also work here, that gives me access to some otherwise impossible to go to spots, and that of course makes this location a bit extra nice – for me.
Most of the photos here are made in spots, everyone can get to.
The tunnel connecting the train tracks – the way it looked before it got updated – is a good spot for some leading lines.
Out on the platforms, good for a bit of street photography.
And the station looks awesome from the outside as well.
Here are three photos from – almost – the same spot, but made with different film and cameras.
Olympus OM-1n MD – Neopan Professional Acros 100 Minolta Minoltina P – Lomography Redscale XR Minolta SRT 100x – Polaroid HD
And at last some random shoots. (some from spots not accessible to everyone)
Pentax Espio mini – Fujichrome Velvia 50 Pentax K1000 – Kodak Portra 800 Minolta XG 9 – Kodak Ultra 400 Nikon L35AF2 – Kodak T400CN
Sorry, that was quite a handful, but I hope you enjoyed it non the less.
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