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03-13-2019, 02:12 PM   #1741
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QuoteOriginally posted by tokyoscape Quote
Dose bridges inside a building count?
Tthey are 3 bridges connect between the left side bridge [which straped to the side of the metal/glass wall] and the right side of this building.

K3 and DA10-17 with heavy color editing in CameraRaw postpocess. CameraRaw's Color and Luminance Masking tool is powerful. It doesn't need photoshop layer to do something like in the old day any more.
Is this a focus stack? the depth of field is incredible

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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
I don't think the water is supposed to drain through the road bed like that.
Want to guesstimate how old that infrastructure is?
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QuoteOriginally posted by edom31 Quote
Want to guesstimate how old that infrastructure is?
Late 1800's?
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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
Late 1800's?
Not bad!!!

Excerpt from Park Avenue main line - Wikipedia


Originally constructed in the mid-19th century as a New York and Harlem Railroad route, the Park Avenue main line was initially a street railroad and ran to what is now Lower Manhattan. It was gradually truncated through the 1860s, until Grand Central Depot was opened at 42nd Street in 1871. The line was placed in a grade-separated structure in the late 19th century as part of the Fourth Avenue and Park Avenue Improvement projects, and was electrified in the first decade of the 20th century as part of the construction of Grand Central Terminal. Since then, several minor improvement projects have been made along the main line.

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Is this a focus stack? the depth of field is incredible
Nope, not a focus stack. it is what DA10-17 typically does... I guess. I couldn't be happier with this lens. except its starburst effect. I let go DA15 for this lens, and starburst is the only thing I miss from the 15.
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Harlem River Lift Bridge




K-50 Helios 44K-4 58/2 (probably not the best lens for the job due to the APS-C crop factor)
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From April 2018 - M50/1.7 on K-5:
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Deception Pass bridge, from Whidbey to Pass Island. A set of 3 images shot bracketed then stacked in Photoshop.





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Pecan trees at nearby Parr Park in early March. We cross the creek bridge in the background to get here.
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QuoteOriginally posted by edom31 Quote
Harlem River Lift Bridge




K-50 Helios 44K-4 58/2 (probably not the best lens for the job due to the APS-C crop factor)
Great colours


QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
Deception Pass bridge, from Whidbey to Pass Island. A set of 3 images shot bracketed then stacked in Photoshop.


Love the perspective
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Great colours
Thanks - that Russian glass is very true to what the naked eye sees.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
Deception Pass bridge, from Whidbey to Pass Island. A set of 3 images shot bracketed then stacked in Photoshop.



Nice shot. Many photographic points of interest around Whidbey Island and the surrounding area. TFS Cliff

In 1976 I was fishing along the far shore in this pic, threw out my anchor and watched the anchor rope slip beneath the water as I foolishly forgot to tie it off. I suspect it is still there.
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Coming down the creek bridge in mid-Feb with a Samsung S6 phone:
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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
Deception Pass bridge, from Whidbey to Pass Island. A set of 3 images shot bracketed then stacked in Photoshop.




Now that is some wonderful photography. Very artistic and very much appreciated. Awesome work my friend. Thanks for sharing.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Tonytee Quote
Now that is some wonderful photography. Very artistic and very much appreciated. Awesome work my friend. Thanks for sharing.

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Thanks for the comment Tony.
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