Tuakau Bridge - The Halfway Point

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    So I've had the above photo since early June? I did the HDR process but couldn't decide if I liked it or not. The colors are greens, greys and pinks of the eastern clouds catching the sunset hues. When I saw Nick Twyford aka 2humerus's shot of the Bridge I thought maybe a B&W conversion might make me like it more. I don't do a lot of B&W work, bright colors are my drug of choice. So it took me quite a few goes to get something I think is halfway decent. In the end showing it to others they prefer the color so I give up. Anyway this is the B&W with a touch of sepia I'll post the color one after the weekend.

    Check out Nicks work, not to be confused with the other Nick I've mentioned in the past, its amazing and beautiful work.

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    Elena Misa Chan, and 11 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. E.Mill 33 months ago | reply

      Beautiful indeed!
      Have a great weekend :)

    2. Sal Virji (Sal's Marine) on / off 33 months ago | reply

      Wow this is a fantastic frame, the pp work is top class.
      Have a great weekend.

    3. Nick Twyford 33 months ago | reply

      Love this, nicely balanced comp, great in b/w and a very natural HDR, good stuff. Looking forward to seeing the colour version. Love your work too mate.....

    4. Nanihta (Sol Vázquez) 33 months ago | reply

      Awesome shot and reflections!!!

    5. clickMYworld 33 months ago | reply

      A beautiful place.

    6. Slightly Pear Shaped 33 months ago | reply

      cheers guys will catch up with everyone's streams soon : )

    7. iban_g_g 33 months ago | reply

      Nice work with B&W!!

    8. J Howe 33 months ago | reply

      Beautiful B&W tones!!

    9. *Aenima* 33 months ago | reply

      That b/w is so dramatic and beautiful!

    10. ccarlo@yahoo.it 33 months ago | reply

      complimenti,ottima immagine

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