Hello and a few bridge pics

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  1. footstinker

    footstinker TPF Noob!

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    Hey this is my first post but i think forums are a great tool for learning. I just got my first dslr (Nikon d200) and went out to take some pics. Here they are. I was hoping for some good C&C. Thanks!

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    Nice shots, I really like the second one.
     
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    ye second one is beast one would be good if that tree wasn't there
     
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    x2. i love the second pic, and the tree is somewhat distracting in the first one, otherwise a great pic also.
     
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    x3. the second photo seems to really give the perspective of how high up you are versus the other two
     
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    Bitter Jeweler Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I agree, the second image is the strongest of the bunch. Nice grab.
     
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    2nd one gives me the feeling of falling. Pretty cool. Also amazing detail captured on the far side, almost looks fake it's so sharp. I'd go back and cut down the trees and get the same shots without...

    No not really.
     
  9. footstinker

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    Thanks for the feedback everybody! I really appreciate it :blushing:. In case you were wondering, it is Foresthill bridge in Auburn, CA. Tallest bridge in CA. I can't wait to get a real lens. I'm currently using the 28-75(?) kit lens from my n65 I got about 8 years ago when I was in middle school. So far so good though. :mrgreen:
     
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    Nice shot with #2.

    I'd really like #1 as well, if you could cut the tree down:)
     
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    I really like #2. It gave me a feeling of "damn, that's high" as I scrolled down.

    IMO the black and white in #3 really doesn#t work.
     

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