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A Little Help From My Friends :)

By WelshKiwi  
On Friday evening before going to the top of the bridge we were mucking around at the bottom.

Taken on Cheryls snazzy cool lens.

Eifion and Mari have been sat here with me helping me process an image from beginning to end. Patience of Saints the both of them Wink

So with a little help from my friends, Ive produced this image.

What do you think?

Have a great evening dudes and dudesses.

Lee Smile

Tags: Photography Wales General Bridge Transport North Night Lighting Bus Architecture Anglesey Thomas Menai Telford Landscape and travel Straits

Voters: SlowSong, glyndwr, Mick_Clayton and 24 more

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SlowSong Plus
13 9.7k 30 England
18 Nov 2008 4:24PM
Yeah, a nice twist on an often-snapped bridge.
sitan1 Plus
13 1.3k 1 United Kingdom
18 Nov 2008 5:14PM
Great perspective and view.
Mustavacanon 15 79 United Kingdom
18 Nov 2008 7:10PM
Looks pretty good to me

xstevex 13 89 1 England
18 Nov 2008 8:40PM
ive been hammering across this bridge in my 44ton truck recentley and ive not seen a bend in it like this? are you sure you are not a plumber it looks like the S bend of a loo pmsl.

nice angle looks ok to me.

From your little invisible friend????????

Mari 17 1.8k United Kingdom
18 Nov 2008 11:15PM
Lovely wacky angle Lee, a bit different, you did well girl Smile

Mari x
csurry 19 9.2k 92
19 Nov 2008 4:57PM
Stupid lens that one!

It has it's place, not sure this is it though Wink

For anyone wondering it was the Nikon 10.5mm.
sidaorb 15 3.9k 2 England
25 Nov 2008 9:11AM
BlueRoom 15 73 20 United Kingdom
19 Dec 2008 11:53AM
...and a lot of help from your lens. Smile
Great dynamics in this image.

BreadandShutter 12 16 7 United Kingdom
21 May 2009 1:11PM
looks great through the fish eye
Goggz 14 2.3k 72 Wales
17 Aug 2009 10:15PM
Hmmm... not bad, but I think if you'd got down and dirty you might have got a really OTT version Lee.

The reason is that the depth of field (the bit in acceptable sharpness) is incredibly deep with such a wide angle lens as this, so I think you could have accentuated the roundness even more if you had got closer to the band of rocks at the bottom of the shot (it looks as though you were standing up) and angled the lens downwards a bit more. Everything would still have been sharp, you would have retained the rocks at the lower periphery and made the bridge even more curvy...

Still, a nice effort 'cos it doesn't come easy using such a lens and I like the processing, but if I were picky the sky is a little blown...

Sorry! I forgot! Nice comp placing the far end of the bridge on the third.

Cheers, Goggz
10 Oct 2009 10:51PM
Hi Lee! Fab photo! Just like I remember it after a few in the Anglesey Arms! Just joined! Christina :o)

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