I haven't really done much photography on the underground recently. I've got a few places on the list but usually reserve them for summer when sunset and golden hour happen much later.
This weekend Saturday was too cloudy and I wanted to do something relatively close to home so chose Shepherd's Bush Underground station. It has an interesting curve to the platforms and you can look down both platforms at one end of the station which gives an interesting effect. I need to see if there are other stations with a similar layout,
So gear wise I took out the D810 with my trusty 14-24. I used my mini tripod to support the camera as I wanted something really low to the ground for a more dramatic composition. This was also pretty light which is always good. Missed having the tilty flippy screen the Sony has.