Rail Bridge Shots

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  1. crystalview

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    Let me know what you think of the DOF. I have my perspective, tell me yours. See ya!

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  2. crystalview

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    Hmmm..what happened to the image tags? doesnt seem to work on this new design. Any help? TY
     
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    Try [​IMG]
    there ya go
     
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    i really like this! great tones and DOF works for me. :thumbup:
     
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    thank you sir..! (inspiringphotographer) Can ya fill me in on how it works now? I feel like i already ruined my own thread now! lol

    thanks!
     
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    Thanks JonMikal, glad you like it. Much appreciated. Leaves a bit to the imagination with the tracks and ties as the focal point I thought, just like your avatar, which is cool. Thanks.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I like the DOF, too, though at first it seemed to me like taking my glasses off halfway through the picture, but once I got used to it, I began to like it - though, well, I still wish it were a little deeper and I were able to get rid of the forgot-my-glasses feeling.
    The tones, contrast and motif as such are VERY appealing to me!
     
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    Corry Flirtacious and Bodacious Supporting Member

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    You did this...[​IMG]...you forgot the / ! :) That's all! Nice shot, btw.
     
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    "I still wish it were a little deeper and I were able to get rid of the forgot-my-glasses feeling."

    I can see what you mean. I felt the same way at first, then I got used to it and I started to like the anonymity of it after a while. Thank for your comment. I appreciate it. Always good to have others opinions, thats the fun part about this forum.

    core_17, thankyou and thankyou. For some reason I dont have the img tag icons anymore; or maybe thats everyone that doesnt have them. Got it now.

    Thanks everyone...Any other comments are welcome.
     
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    wow, thats so amazing, love black and white photos
     
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    I love it! The contrast, DOF, subject matter, everything. A lovely shot.
     
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    Thanks mad malteaser, I'm glad you like it too. Appreciated. Have a good one.
     

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