While driverless metro trains have already been around for some decades now, most operators still choose to have a driver on hand at the cabin of the train, more so if the tracks are running above ground and in the unlikely event that there are people/objects on the tracks. These are some of the newer metro trains (by Bombardier, in case any of you are interested) introduced in Singapore and they run fully underground. So the rolling stock provider has supplied trains that are fully devoted to commuter space and there are no driver cabins at either end. So there I was, bracing myself against the emergency door frame and with my camera lens placed closed to the glass and squeezed off a slow speed shot.
|camera||Canon EOS 7D Mark II|
|exposure mode||aperture priority|