An old small bridge and metering, C&C Please

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  1. tertius

    tertius TPF Noob!

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    I made these shots today, on an overcast morning. I love this little old bridge and I am lucky to pass it everyday going to work.

    I took these two shots 10 seconds apart and the metered reading was one stop lower for the warmer shot. In order to get more consistent metering, do I need to change to a center weighted mode or some thing else (get better)? Also the next two were ones that I like from this outing.

    Warm - ISO 200 Focal 24mm f7.1 1/60

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    Cool - ISO 200 Focal 24mm f7.1 1/30

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    Other two

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    Thanks to you all who have helped to this point and thanks for looking.
     
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    Tertius

    Your bridge shots are crooked, the horizon can be changed some. Also, you chop the bottom off of both shots.

    Since you travel by there most days, try some other shots. Get creative, let the 'camera dangle'



    The last shot of the rail spikes....nice shot! I like the perspective of it. The lighting does not hurt it much, maybe touch it with some contrast. Maybe convert it to B&W.
     

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