Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by John E., Jan 17, 2007.
Thanks for stopping by.
Real nice, did you do much editing to it?
Thank you Tyson.
I combined 2 photos and doged the bridge and support, plus the usual editing.
If I see anything I like I always take at least 2 exposures of it.
Wonderful composition and colors. The dodging on the bridge is a little obvious though (mainly the transition to dark edges. I think you could leave it darker, and still see detail.
What is doged?
I think if you reduce the sharpening, you'll cut down on the halos around the bridge, and the merging of the two exposures won't be as obvious. Nice colors and comp.
Thank you ksmattfish.
I was wondering if I over did it, just that I found the stonework on the railbridge so impressive that I wanted to show it. I really appreaciate your comment, will try again when time permits.
typo, should have been dodged, A tool used to lighten parts of a photograph.
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