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Iro Bridge V2

By DeSilver
Firstly may I apologize to all those good people who stopped to look at V1 yesterday and all those who voted and left their lovely comments for me. Thank you.
But it was pointed out to me that by a very good friend that the colours were all wrong and after taking a second look at the image I was bound to say that they were indeed right. Thank you my friend.
So this is a sepia version of the image and I feel that it works very well with the subject matter. I hope that you do to.
Thank you for taking the time to look again.
David.

Tags: Telford Landscape and travel The Iron Bridge The first cast iron bridge

Voters: ken j., nonur, bobpaige1 and 47 more

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Comments


nonur 11 18 13 Turkey
13 Oct 2016 12:08PM
I think this works wery well.

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NDODS 9 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
13 Oct 2016 1:21PM
Timeless.

Thanks for sharing David.

Regards as always Nathan GrinGrinGrin
Therapy 3 3 United Kingdom
13 Oct 2016 1:49PM
Super vintage look
DaveU 14 1.4k 125 England
13 Oct 2016 2:42PM
Love the post-processing work here David ..... a very authentic vintage feel. It just needs a dapper old bloke with a bike in the foreground to set it all off. You should have got Rog to come round with his Chopper.
Lillian Plus
10 23 17 United Kingdom
13 Oct 2016 2:49PM
Takes a brave person to question a photo!Wink
but then has to be a good friend as well

like the old grainy feel to this one David
such a lovely composition...well done!
lonely_oryx 12 61 55 England
13 Oct 2016 3:39PM
Well created
RogBrown 13 3.1k 10 England
13 Oct 2016 8:20PM

Quote:Love the post-processing work here David ..... a very authentic vintage feel. It just needs a dapper old bloke with a bike in the foreground to set it all off. You should have got Rog to come round with his Chopper.

Alas, Rog's chopper han't seen the light of day for many a long year.
As Dave says, a nice vintage feel to this although it's more b/w than sepia on my screen.
14 Oct 2016 7:15AM
I like the processing here David it adds so much to the shot.

JohnSmile
TrevBatWCC Plus
11 13 14 England
14 Oct 2016 11:19AM
Yes, the processing gives it a timeless feel, especially the subject being this wonderful old bridge Smile
Trev Smile
Bento 4 Portugal
14 Oct 2016 4:34PM
Great work.
5 Nov 2016 4:24AM
Works extremely well.Looks like it was taken in the 1920`s..
cheers walt
bliba Plus
14 2 Austria
13 Jan 2017 7:44AM
like the vintage look
xwang 10 56 8
6 Jun 2017 4:19PM
Nice processing..
sturko 2 Sweden
28 Aug 2018 6:21PM
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14 Jul 2019 12:09PM
Yes, this version works well. The processing makes it look like a faded photo from years ago! David
SOUL7 6 1 United Kingdom
25 Jan 2020 6:42AM
WE THINK ITS ALRIGHT

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