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Bridge of thoughts

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Bridge of thoughts..
Misty morning, in use half tobacco filter ( up ).
Image details
Image size
533x800px 200.68 KB
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 20D
Shutter Speed
1/20 second
Aperture
F/5.0
Focal Length
18 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
Apr 11, 2009, 6:30:18 AM
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OJSlaughter's avatar
:star::star::star::star-half::star-empty: Overall
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Vision
:star::star::star::star-half::star-empty: Originality
:star::star::star::star-empty::star-empty: Technique
:star::star::star::star-half::star-empty: Impact

The perspective of this picture is brilliant, although I'm going to ignore if and go straight onto the colouring.

The colours relate heavily to the title with 'thoughts.' The bright vibrant colours emphsise the impact of this image; I can honestly say this image made me stare at it and It is definitely entertaining.

The purple top and blue bottom are briliant. The colour change at the end of the bridge makes me think that if I stood at the end of it, I could catch the purple thoughts coming in from the left.

Definetly an entertaining picture, keep it up!
mjagiellicz's avatar
Thank You very much for the critique :) it's nice!
OJSlaughter's avatar
ahw3k's avatar
hello MJ,
I wonder if it's ok with you if i use this picture for my page site? I have been in search for a picture for years & i saw your creation. It fits for my page. May I please have your permission to use this photo? My site is [link]

thank you,
k~
mjagiellicz's avatar
Hi, ok but please credit me
Hello,

No problem! I love your work. They are indeed amazing. Thank you so much for permitting me to use your work of art. Please visit my blogsite when you have time and perhaps, leave perspective I could use and learn from. thank you again.

[link]

kat~
farcry77's avatar
This wonderful work is featured at [link]
Inebriantia's avatar
Hello there my friend. :wave:

Your photo has been featured in my latest journal - [link]

:)
P-ati26's avatar
WOW kolorki są niesamowite O: masz naprawde wielki talent :D :) :+fav:
Ekahuei's avatar
:omg: stunning colors :w00t:
Sesjusz's avatar
ciut poruszone lub ostrosc poleciala :) pozdr.
agif-aisa's avatar
Pretty colors.
Obscurity-Doll's avatar
lucidfate's avatar
awesome shot, i love the tones!
aydinhaji's avatar
That's so great.
xTive's avatar
o jaa
to zdjęcie jest piękne *_______*
mjagiellicz's avatar
bardzo mi miło :)
mstargazer's avatar
lovely, just lovely
cytozyna's avatar
koloooory. <3
DimensionSeven's avatar
I'm pretty sure you are cursing yourself you didn't have a tripod on you, aren't you? :)
The photo itself is great, with perfectly balanced subjects, perspective, tones, etc...

But you know that. :nod:

It's a pity that the lens was almost wide open - it resulted in blurry corners and too thin DOF (f/11 would have resulted in a lot sharper foreground). I'd have tried to get the aperture closed to at least f/8 and pushed the iso as needed. It's better to have a noisy picture with less DR but better overall sharpness, than one with low noise, but mostly unsharp.

But you know that too, I think. :)

On a side-node:
May I ask which cokin filter you used here (exactly), and how you feel about it? Do you like the graduation (hard/soft) and the strenght of it? I'm asking it because in a few weeks I'm going to buy a set of color gradients (incl. tobacco, blue, red, yellow and green) but I'm quite undecided which models to chose. Hard or soft grads? Stronger or weaker colors? Your input would be greatly appriciated as we have a similar style.
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