Brick bridge

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  1. dklod

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    Took these this morning. C&C much appreciated.

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    3.B&W version of the above. Not sure if I over did it. None of my monitors are calibrated so I dont know.
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    Taken with GX20 with 12-24mm lens. Have some verisons in RAW but cant process at the moment.

    Thanks for looking.
     
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    Cool perspective, I like the B&W the best, I think it loses something in the color, where as in the B&W there is a wide range of tones, is that the right word? Either way very nice contrast, although I wonder if those trees on the bride could be taken out in PP. They are a little distracting, at least the one on the left is!
     
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    AwesomeI like the perspective on the bridge, I love the composition. The B&W image make it look like it was takeb in the early years of construction... Great work :)
     
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    love the nice wide angle - is that a 4:3 camera?

    edit: found out that it's a regular aps-c sensor - that'd explain the super-wide angle! :drool:
    Definitely makes up for the FZ7's not-so-wide (yet very long) lens :lol:
     
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    The texture rocks here. I particularly like the last one because of the emphasis on exactly that
     
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    Yeah, the B&W is growing on me. Those trees are actually on the other side of the bridge but are tall enough to be seen over the top.

    Not taken with the FZ7. Could only dream of getting this shot with it, even with the wide angle lens screwed on.

    Thanks. Yeah, having problems making the colours pop. I have some in RAW, maybe will have better luck with those.

    Cheers Jack.

    Its a bridge/walking track these days. It used to be a canal carrying drinking water for Sydney from a dam to the treatment plant. THey filled it in and now its part of a massive walking and cycling track.
     
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    I dont bump my images, but I really feel i need more input on these. It was a last minute thing as it caught my eye as I was driving by so I was in a hurry to just in there and get something. Im going to reshoot the scene but I would like some better ideas. They are pretty generic at the moment, I can see that now. So if anyone has done something similar, maybe you could share a tip or 2. With some creative help, I think I can capture some really nice here. I can get a 14mm prime, would it be better than the wide zoom of the 12-24??

    Cheers.
     

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