Train Project is originated from the expressions of individuals in the crowds who were shot under the condition of relaxation and defenselessness. The shooting was performed by using high speed flashlight directly lightening the carriages of fast moving trains and capture the expressions of passengers through windows impartially without interfering passengers.
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