Transmashholding (TMH), is the largest manufacturer of rolling stock in Russia.
Photograph a subway train the way no one usually photographs subway trains.
I decided to shoot the train in a studio style, a similar way they usually shoot cars. The problem was that usually these kinds of shots are done with a lot of powerful light, reflectors, and a whole crew. And I had only a couple of mobile flashes, an umbrella, and no assistants. The good news is that all equipment fits in one suitcase. I came to the Metrovagonmash plant, where the railcars are assembled, and where a workshop was allocated for shooting. I shot with Nikon D810. It was impossible to illuminate the train well with two flashes, so I took several dozen frames with fragments illuminated, and then glued everything together into one image during processing, as if the train was lit all at once.