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Must be viewd largeSmile

Another from the town of Drammen. A railway bridge over a river, converted to b&w in silver efx and tweaked to bring out the structure.
Haven't been around as much as I would have liked recently. Have been using the time to get to know the 50d and ps and corel and topaz and silver efx............

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Lens:45-200
Recording media:JPEG (digital)
Title:A bridge too far?
Username:saltireblue saltireblue
Uploaded:16 Aug 2010 - 4:56 PM
Tags:Architecture, B&w, Black & white, Bridge, Digitally manipulated, Under
Votes:11

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emett
emett  4 England
16 Aug 2010 - 5:13 PM

That"s a great looking mono,,

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bluetitblue
16 Aug 2010 - 5:24 PM

Good capture nice work

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Richsr e2 Member 790 forum postsRichsr vcard England210 Constructive Critique Points
16 Aug 2010 - 5:37 PM

Good textures and tones in this good mono.
Regards Richard

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User_Removed
16 Aug 2010 - 5:58 PM


Quote: having just discovered silver efx, I think I am going to love it!!

I wouldn't want to be without it.

I like this, but think the building to the left is distracting. Try using Silver Efex Control Point to bring down the brightness of that area - try moving it to slightly different points to gauge the effect e.g. on the bush or on the very light section of the building. (You could try Control Points on other background sections too.)

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