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Aurora Bridge
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Posted By: whk1992, 10-17-2017, 11:25 PM

B/W is always a solution to high color noises when using high ISO and exposure bump in post-processing


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Nice angles, almost abstract by design.
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Nice angles, almost abstract by design.
Abstract indeed. I thought about cropping the bridge deck out to make it cleaner and more abstract.
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Well done, I've taken my share of photos of that bridge as well. Yours is very sharp and well-framed.

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I've taken my share of photos of that bridge as well.
Not sure my share would be significant, but existing. I don't think I have ever shown any here, but there was always an itch to try and get a better one when I passed under it. Haven't been to Seattle in a while though.

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Abstract indeed. I thought about cropping the bridge deck out to make it cleaner and more abstract.
I don't think that would leave enough of the maze of beams to still look as interesting as it does. You may need a different angle or bridge section for that.
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just beware the troll...

Nice photo - BW does suit it well!
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Well done, I've taken my share of photos of that bridge as well. Yours is very sharp and well-framed.
Thanks! The BG Trail is great for those who love bridges... There's the newly built footbridges at Rainier Vista, the Montlake Bridge, the University Bridge, I-5 Ship Canal Bridge, Aurora Bridge, Fremont Bridge, 15th Ave NW Bridge plus the Ballard Locks...

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I don't think that would leave enough of the maze of beams to still look as interesting as it does. You may need a different angle or bridge section for that.
True, the bridge deck adds more dimensions to the photo for sure.

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Nice photo - BW does suit it well!
And I drive a VW car....
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And I drive a VW car....


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