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NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
24 May 2012 8:14AM
Great image, superb choice of processing.

Regards Nathan

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susanbarton 10 11 1 United Kingdom
24 May 2012 8:22AM
Great shot super colour popping

collywobles 14 4.0k 10 United Kingdom
24 May 2012 8:23AM
Great image - I have a similar one in my PF
Richsr 11 91 223 England
24 May 2012 8:36AM
Like the details and use of selective colour here Steve
Regards Richard
pablophotographer 6 932 334
24 May 2012 8:45AM

There is a controversial judicial decision about the concept of a black and white photo featuring a red bus on that bridge with the Parliament and the BigBen as a background.

It is considered breaking copyright.

The case of Temple Island Ltd (a souvenir maker in the UK) against New English Teas. Heard at the Patents County Court in London , January this year.
doolittle 8 2 2 South Africa
24 May 2012 11:19AM
For me there isn't enough contrast in the B&W - there's too much grey.
Jasper87 Plus
8 2.0k 150 England
24 May 2012 11:34AM
Damned taxis, never there when you want one though!!

24 May 2012 11:35AM
Great capture. Very dramatic. Clouds are adding to the beauty of the image immensely. Deep
cassiecat 9 39 46 England
24 May 2012 2:22PM
the taxi kind of balances it up. should have left more space to correct your verticals though for me.lesley
Taxi.....yes I take your point, but it's still a good capture and the processing is spot on

RLF Plus
8 18 4 United Kingdom
24 May 2012 4:38PM
Oooops again....Pablo is right.
How anyone can copyright this type of iconic image defies belief.
It's a great shot and manipulation. Well done.
I'll support your case in courtWink
sherring 10 46 13 United Kingdom
24 May 2012 5:22PM
Yes it's a ridiculas thing about the copyright ruling, let's hope it gets overturned soon. But in the mean time I'm going to sue anyone who has taken any photos of Bristol landmarks and toned them blue. Wink

What would be really good though would be someone who did the same thing before the person who won the case sued him for breach of copyright. As these images have been done so many times I very much doubt he was the first.
sherring 10 46 13 United Kingdom
24 May 2012 5:25PM
Ha ha I just read that he spent 80 hours creating his image and I did mine in 30 minutes.
collywobles 14 4.0k 10 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2012 10:26AM

Quote:I'll support your case in courtWink

I'll visit you in Jail.... (8o)

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