Bridge at sunset

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  1. PhilosophyAskew

    PhilosophyAskew TPF Noob!

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    I'm new here and this is my first post. Thanks for looking. I'm using a Nikon D80 with the 18-135mm lens and a tripod with a wireless remote.

    32mm
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    iso 100

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  2. dewey

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    Fantastic first post! It's a great shot... the perfect time of day for shooting! Welcom to the forum :thumbup:
     
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    Beautiful!!!
     
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    Great shot! BTW, is that the Walnut Street footbridge in Chattanooga....world's longest footbridge?
     
  5. PhilosophyAskew

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    No it's actually the Mississippi River Bridge in Baton Rouge, La. Thanks for all the complements guys. I'm glad to be a part of this site.
     
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    Nice shooting pal!!!!!!
     
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    Very nice... I love the colors... Is there a way you can teach me? Maybe the next time I go out to take pictures I'll bring a video camera with me that I'll stream for you to watch me take a picture... Hmmmm... that might work... lol
     
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    Very nice shot.....
     
  9. PhilosophyAskew

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    The original picture wasn't as colorful. The secret to pulling out that orange for this particular shot lies in the post processing. I just bumped up the color in the Picture Project (came with the camera). I was actually in a hurry to capture this; i was supposed to be their sooner to catch the sun on it's way down but my neighbor needed a quick favor first. I arrived with only about about 5 minutes to work with and was lucky enough to catch a decent shot before it was too dark. It's fairly easy to do just set you aperture to about f/22 in aperture priority mode and use a tripod, after a little processing you've got a nice capture. Good luck. If you have any questions just holler.
     
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    Cool shot...great tones. Welcome to the phorum.:hug::
     
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    great shot and beautiful color
     
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    Cool shot...I like the lights along the top.
     

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