Angles + Arcs

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  1. P Bailey

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    angle works really well
    I like the repetitive patterns
    exposure good, but there are some areas that are a little dark and the sun spots could be a little darker
    DOF- the deep DOF works well, but I'd like to see a shorter one so #1 the stuff inbetween the archs isn't in focus and #2 so the patterns disappear into non-focus. BUT that is just a different way of doing it i'd be interested in.
     
  3. Cuervo79

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    the posts on the left and right are blury and I would of given it a bit more exposure so the inside of the bridge was darker making you look for the detail instead of seing it like it is now, most of the things I said are personal opinions exept the blury posts a larger photo would give a better judging cause you can't see too many details
     
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    maybe if you upped the saturation, the color seems a little bland.
     
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    Not too shabby! I like how the vanishing point is off to the side, rather than dead down the middle. That leads the eye nicely through the frame. I think it could use an extra something though...I dunno, a person walking down the bridge, a beam of sunlight coming through a broken shingle...something to give it one last bit of oomph.

    Also, I totally agree that the saturation needs a boost. Then again I tend to lean toward that 'velvia' look.

    I wonder if this shot would get too confusing and jumbled if it were converted to black and white and the contrast boosted some??
     
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    Is this bridge in Guelph, Ontario by any chance?
     

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