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Millennium Bridge - Newcastle/Gateshead

By Sean_Dillon
Newcastle Millennium bridge with a black gradient and dry brush, to give a black and white painted effect.

Tags: Digitally manipulated Millennium bridge newcastle gateshead

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LynneJoyce Plus
9 20 99 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2009 8:38AM
Very striking.

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Carabosse 15 41.1k 270 England
26 Feb 2009 2:08PM
Makes a good abstract! I just think the post on the left of the photo intrudes slightly and could be cropped away. Also perhaps a bit more shadow detail and reining in of the highlights may help (the trusty highlights/shadows tool will assist). I've reflected these comments in the mod I've uploaded for you and also added a bit of toning. I hope this is of some use/interest.
Misty56 10 22 1 United Kingdom
2 Mar 2009 8:43AM
ive taken this shot many times, i also have the same problem of the dam post lol,
only thing to do is clone it out, also the sky would look much better a little lighter, IMHO

still a very good shot
CSuk 8 7 33 United Kingdom
6 Nov 2009 6:24PM
Apart from cloning away the post John, a little more showing of the clouds would have added even more of the dark mood look you've given to this nice working. Dark clouds always give that doom & gloom effect so naturally Smile
Thankyou 4 sharing...Click Smile
Animalsmagic 8 2 1 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2010 8:22PM
Very different, like the way that you have done it, i think all us from up here should gather chainsaws and go remove the posts from the best shooting spots !!
27 Apr 2010 5:23PM
I like that! I did something similar with a couple of engine photos where I edited the pics to make infra red shots. Wish I could remember how to do it. I'll have to find the pics and upload them.

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