Bluewater Bridge

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  1. micatlady

    micatlady TPF Noob!

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    Ok, it's The Blue Water Bridge, done in B&W, so no actual blue water here. The scan is a little crappy on this one so be gentle the contrast is actually a bit better on the original print. I'm not a photoshop wiz and I just couldn't get the adjustment to quite match.

    Let me know what you think of the composition.

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  2. Nikon Fan

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    Pretty cool shot...as you said the contrast isn't great, but I'm sure the print looks much better :)
     
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    i actually like the heck outta this pic...but i'm so not a photo wiz ....

    i just know what holds my interest, and this does... i think its really got character..

    cool shot.
     
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    i like how you aligned yourself with the tracks...good eye.

    bump the contrast!
     
  5. micatlady

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    Thanks all, glad you liked it. The org print really looks nicer. The scan didn't come out great (scanned at work on cruddy scanner). Tried to bump the contrast on the scan and just got goo, oh well.

    One of the things I liked was the little bump in the tracks on the right.
     

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