View Down Under

Picture by johnt


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  • June 05, 2012
  • 24mm-840mm build on Point and Shoot zoom
  • Shooting Style Tripod
  • Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
  • Exposures Number -2,0,+2
  • Editing Software Photoshop / Photomatix Pro
  • File Format JPEG
  • Notes Mid morning.. bright sun-light at camera's 10 o'clock postion..
Bridge graffitti railroad tracks

16 Comments

05 Jun 13:37
johnt

I decided a week ago to not vote unless I posted a pic myself as frankly.. with only 7 months photography experience I am not qualified to judge others work other than I like it or don't. I have used that freed time trying to learn enough about processing in Photoshop Elements to at least be able to post something acceptable on a site with such outstanding work. Every long journey starts with small steps.. I have passed over this bridge thousand of times but never knew about the graffitti until I took a long walk up the railroad tracks..

05 Jun 16:08
sanz3jo

10

05 Jun 16:14
cloudberry

Not a fan of graffiti, but this is an interesting HDR snapshot.

05 Jun 17:13
rrr

Different type of subject, and a cracking shot.

05 Jun 17:23
terrace_dr

a natural process done well./Just might have push the process a little more for effect but keeping the tones.

05 Jun 17:50
mariannea

Nice shot.

05 Jun 18:02
karl_oparka

Nice sharp shot. For me, the pic lacks a main focal point.

05 Jun 18:18
bessi7

10

05 Jun 18:47
johnt

Haha.. there can be no real focal point with grafitti art Karl. You have to take it in the whole and then start sorting it out. The reason I called it "View" under the bridge. :)

05 Jun 18:59
rrr

johnt, you should vote whenever you feel like it, there are people on this site who have no images uploaded yet still pass their opinions on others work.

05 Jun 21:21
pandarino

this landscape could be anywhere in the world.

05 Jun 21:33
flipd1

Nice one John. Welcome back, not that you were actually away.

05 Jun 22:55
rcuello

As I told John, voting and commenting also be learned. I like the composition and the process is very good, only to correct the burned area to the left.

05 Jun 23:03
vendenis

Glad to see you are still posting Sir! Wonderful shot John.

05 Jun 23:14
johnt

One of the reasons I posted today Ricardo.. how do you fix a blown out light like the one on right? Or do you just avoid it?... And thanks everyone that commented.

06 Jun 02:59
molhaza

this picture gives me feel that i'm standing there

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