Every December, the MTA runs a special subway that is made up entirely of vintage train cars. Last year, each Sunday, the subway ran along the F/M track, so my fiancé Mary and I spent an afternoon "time traveling" onboard the old IRT. The best part was the old advertisements running the top perimeter of the cars - still the same from 50+ years ago! I also loved the ceiling fans for ventilation and how the lights would flicker (if not go completely dark) at points in the tunnels. LOTS of fun! :)
I shot this using a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera with a Panasonic 20/1.7 and a Canon 17-55/2.8 IS (using an MFT-EF adapter, of course). It was shot in raw, color corrected with Lightroom, and converted to Quicktime via After Effects. I edited it with Premiere and applied the unsharp mask filter to all the footage (but otherwise left it untouched after the initial color correction).
Hope you enjoy it. A lot of the footage is pretty shaky since I didn't have an stabilization - either in lens or with an external rig. But it was a fun way to spend an afternoon, and I remain very impressed with the quality of footage that little BMPCC can produce...next time I'll have to bring a monopod at least!