Night bridge

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  1. Sibo04

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    Trying to get some good pics of this bridge but the middle came out to bright so here is the cropped version, but can't decide, does half a bridge look weird?

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    Nice concept, but too much dead space IMHO. Try the shot earlier in the day to bring out more all around detail.
     
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    Cool bridge, looks a little fuzzy though.
     
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    The trick is to take the photograph at dusk, while there is still colour in the sky, it'll probably take you a while, there is a very small window of time where the light is just right to get all the details you need. I took the photograph below just as it was getting dark, 5 minutes earlier the photographs looked like daylight shots, 5 minutes later and the sky was black and the bridge washed out.

    Konica TC, Konica 40mm lens, Fuji slide film.

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    Nice shot.
     
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    The bridge is a bit to bright. Also you need your image stabilized better. Maybe a wider angle would look better to.
     
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    nice shot love it
     
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    awesome shot.
     

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