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9 months 1 week ago #656185 by Khelm
I enjoy taking photos on overcast days to use the sky as negative space.  This photo was taken under a train bridge that crosses the Missouri River.  Let me know your thoughts or critiques.




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9 months 1 week ago #656186 by Shadowfixer1
Nice abstract.

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9 months 1 week ago #656189 by Nikon Shooter
Heavy metal graphics!

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9 months 1 week ago #656368 by Adam Wilson
Indeed! Nice strong lines! Good abstract overall. 


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9 months 1 week ago #656412 by Khelm

Shadowfixer1 wrote: Nice abstract.



thank you


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9 months 1 week ago #656413 by Khelm

Adam Wilson wrote: Indeed! Nice strong lines! Good abstract overall. 



thanks


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9 months 1 week ago #656414 by Khelm

Nikon Shooter wrote: Heavy metal graphics!


:thumbsup:  I was contemplating whether or not I should have upped some contrast/blacks so one couldn't see the crossbeams in the shadowed area.  Your thoughts?


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9 months 1 week ago #656519 by Stephen Graham
This actually works as B&W abstract. Creative! 


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9 months 6 days ago #656726 by Khelm

Stephen Graham wrote: This actually works as B&W abstract. Creative! 



Thank you


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9 months 5 days ago #656736 by Nikon Shooter

Khelm wrote: :thumbsup:  I was contemplating whether or not I should have upped some contrast/blacks so one couldn't see the crossbeams in the shadowed area.  Your thoughts?


Yes, could be a good idea to explore but, without
seeing the original recording, 'd be too speculative.

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9 months 5 days ago #656782 by devizeskayak
Really cool!  Great composition.


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9 months 5 days ago #656823 by Khelm

devizeskayak wrote: Really cool!  Great composition.


Thanks so much!


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9 months 5 days ago #656825 by Khelm

Nikon Shooter wrote:

Khelm wrote: :thumbsup:  I was contemplating whether or not I should have upped some contrast/blacks so one couldn't see the crossbeams in the shadowed area.  Your thoughts?


Yes, could be a good idea to explore but, without
seeing the original recording, 'd be too speculative.


this is the jpeg straight out of camera of course with the Fujifilm X100t settings affecting the shot.

My thoughts were maybe the crossbeams would give some insight into the structure and help the viewer to recognize its a metallic structure of some sort.

Make: FUJIFILM
Model: X100T
ISO: 3200
Aperture: f/4.5
Shutter speed: 1/500 sec
Captured: Wed, 21 Aug 2019 9:43am


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