Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Antarctican, Feb 29, 2008.
These bridge houses are in the town of Bad Kreuznach in Germany and were built from 1480 onwards.
Holy moly. That's REALLY cool. It is really noisy, though...did you shoot it at a really high ISO?
Yes, it was a high ISO. Given it was so dark, I figured that's what I should use.
did you handhold the night shot?
Yes. I didn't lug the tripod along with me that night to the restaurant we visited. I think I balanced the camera (just a point and shoot for the night shot) on a bridge support and used the timer function.
Is Canada warming up? Did you get married? Are you sick?
Something must have changed, cause this is the first time I think I have seen you post something for at least a year!!!! WOW!!! Now I can actually comment on something YOU have taken instead of you commenting on mine. I LOVE THESE! Thanks for posting.
What a beautiful scene! I can't decide which I like best.
Hey Anty, what do you think of this for the second one? I don't like the orange cast in the first... so...
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Here it is.
Both are very good. I think I like the warmth the second photo embraces you with. I can picture myself having an espresso at the restaurant(?) on the left as the evening passes on.
What a difference a POV and time make- At first I thought they were two different locations. Nice.
Yoiks!! I'm sure it hasn't been that long since I've posted! They are few and far between though, so I guess you just missed 'em.
Awwww, thanks!! (Bring plenty of 'memory' to England and Germany, because you'll love the scenery and architecture. It's sooo different from North America)
I really like it! My PS abilities are rudimentary...can you tell me how you processed it?
Yes, there are restaurants on either side of the river (the Nahe) and in one of the bridge houses. It's a great spot to linger and wander.
Really?! What a hoot!
Thanks everyone for your comments...much appreciated. :hug::
Oh, mere color balance adjustments. A five minute job, really. I believe there's tutorials on the net, try Google
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