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


05 Jun 13:37

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


05 Jun 16:14

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

05 Jun 17:13

Different type of subject, and a cracking shot.

05 Jun 17:23

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

05 Jun 17:50

Nice shot.

05 Jun 18:02

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

05 Jun 18:18


05 Jun 18:47

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

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

this landscape could be anywhere in the world.

05 Jun 21:33

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

05 Jun 22:55

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

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

05 Jun 23:14

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

this picture gives me feel that i'm standing there

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