Bridge to Nowhere

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by Knopka, Sep 30, 2007.

  1. Knopka

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  2. just x joey

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    the first one is nice, too bad the sky is blownout, although its not that bad, a ND filter might have helped.
     
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    I actually shot it with a polarizing filter, but it didn't seem to help in this case :). I'll try the neutral density next time ;). Thanks for looking!
     
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    Nice shots!!!!

    I really like #2 :)
     
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    love #1, i would hang it in my home
     
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    Nice leading lines in this - I think the third shot is the best one.

    Hope this helps.
     
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    Very nice form and texture. But to me, they need more contrast to bring the wood of the bridges out so they aren't lost amoung the grass. One or more of them might even benifit by over doing the contrast to bring out the lines and texture of the wood.

    You might try sepia toning them as well.


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  8. astrostu

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    Now just put it in Alaska and we've saved a few tens of millions of dollars ...
     
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    I like them. very nice.
     
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    Wow, I definitely like #1 the best. The lines really lead your eye everywhere. Also, the contrast is great. You could possibly size it down for the message board so I dont have to scroll down the see the entire picture :)

    But yeah, great value, contrast, etc. I like it.
     

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