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Under Humber Bridge

By Steve Cribbin
This was taken last week. I have been over to Barton many times over the years but have never taken any serious shots of the magnificent bridge. So, here is a variation on the classic shot. I have several shots of the boat approaching and passing under the bridge but this is the one that appealed to me most on first viewing. I may well post more of them.
The cloudy sky gave diffuse lighting that I thought would suit a gentle HDR treatment.
I have added a late variant - let me know which you prefer. Thanks.

f/10 @ 1/3 sec ISO 100

Steve

Tags: Architecture Landscape and travel

Voters: porty2003, Hanners, joseluissc and 19 more


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Hanners Plus
10 875 10 Ireland
26 Sep 2009 10:56AM
nice perspective Smile

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joseluissc 7 16 3 Portugal
26 Sep 2009 11:03AM
simplicity composition : -)

if the boat was on transit, did you try it again?
skye1 9 29 4 Wales
26 Sep 2009 11:07AM
Nice perspective, lovely shot thats one heck of a structure to stand beneath
baclark 7 3.7k 24 United Kingdom
26 Sep 2009 11:09AM
Love the pov and convergence. Good tones and textures through the image too.
Barbara
26 Sep 2009 11:13AM
beautiful composition.
Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
26 Sep 2009 12:18PM
Excellent in every way!
Steve Cribbin 13 49 10 United Kingdom
26 Sep 2009 12:24PM
Jose, I have uploaded a variant that is an earlier shot before the boat passed under the bridge.

Thanks for the comments (and votes) everyone.

Steve
jinstone Plus
10 1 1 England
26 Sep 2009 3:17PM
Prefer the off-set on No 1.

Lovely shot
JdeNLucas 8 4 3
26 Sep 2009 3:23PM
Steve,

these are both stunning images and I cannot believe that so few people can see the art in these images. Guess no soppy kids and puppies! Plse keep up these images , Best wishes John
Steve Cribbin 13 49 10 United Kingdom
27 Sep 2009 12:01PM
John, Thanks for your comments. I am really pleased that you like them.
I would not get too hung up on the number of votes and comments. This has got a reasonable level of attention because the thumbnail looks interesting. I should have added the variant at the start, but had not rendered the RAW file at that stage, only doing so after one of the comments.
Getting over 30 (quickly) would lead to more attention as some people look at the recent RCs before, or in place of, the main gallery.
Thanks for looking.

Steve
redstag 11 100 15 United Kingdom
29 Sep 2009 9:53PM
I like this image, v1 is the more interesting, I've seen the v2 composition quite a lot (have one in my pf too!)

Hope you get the attention it deserves.
Jon
Steve Cribbin 13 49 10 United Kingdom
30 Sep 2009 1:25PM
Thanks Jon, I appreciate your comments.
There was nowhere as near as much grass in the area when I went compared to your image.

Steve
Dave87 9 42 5 England
1 Oct 2009 8:51PM
Difficult to choose a favourite between these two Steve because each has itís own qualities. Iím going for V2 because it comes across as the strongest picture for me and for it to work I feel it needed to be perfectly symmetrical - like this picture is. The strong converging lines of the bridge running into the distance with that lovely sky as a backdrop ticks all the boxes for me. Smashing.

Dave.

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