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    The Sydney Harbour Bridge? Here my best with Fuji F30.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim11 View Post
    The Sydney Harbour Bridge? Here my best with Fuji F30.
    Nice one Tim! (Especially with the Fuji F30!)

    Here is another shot of Sydney Harbour Bridge, from the same vantage point as my earlier night shot, only taken in the late afternoon sunlight, 4:37pm:

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    (Manual mode, 1/125sec (HH), f/5.6, ISO100, 16.5mm, Pattern metering, WB/Focus auto)

    Have to get out and about shooting some different bridges soon!

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    A bridge near the dam in Post Falls, Idaho.

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    Hope you don't mind the repost ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
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    I like this one Tori. Did you use a CPL? Looks like it might have done some good in the sky. If you took it vertically and let the road lead to the bridge more, that might look good. Just guessing though. Does it get lit up at all at night? That might be pretty cool too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldor88 View Post
    A few shot's both taken a few weeks ago at the same river and the same town.
    I must have missed these Aldor. Very nice. The 2nd one feels like it has a lot of depth to it.
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    Thanks, Lukas. Yes, I find I'm taking more and more of my landscapes in a vertical position. I did have my polarizer fader on the lens, but the more I use it, the more I think it's not a circular polarizer. It can make everything darker, but it doesn't change color or etc. I worked on the sky in PP. I also liked the way the road led to the bridge in the 2nd shot here.
    Anyway, I'm glad I have my pol.fader, I think it will be great when shooting waterfalls, or anything where I want to extend the shutter speed. It will go to almost completely black.
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    Yeah Tori, I like the way the road leads up to the bridge in that one better. I think I still like the first one more though. The bridge has a better presence. You could try putting a gradient layer over the sky in PS. I'm not sure how it'd turn out, maybe over pp for your tastes.
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    Thanks for the tip, I'll have to try out gradient layer, I never have.
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