"Brooklyn Bridge" (Canon G5, 2006) click here for original color version.
Great sun rays!
Terrific shot. By happenstance, I just read that the bridge opened this day in 1883. I imagine you knew that as well, but if not, your shot was in the stars as well as in starlight.
thanks for info, Dave. i just know about that from u...123 year old bridge:-)
nice perspective on this one. i like the ray of light.
Fantastic perspective and view! Didn't knew this bridge was that old!
great composition. Not easy one to capture, with the sun in the front. We can see all th details of the bridge and the rythim of it's design. Exellent work.
Very nice image and the rays are great. I've got to say that your black and white shots are consistently amongst the best I've seen.
Nice view of the bridge, the light rays are really fantastic. I like it very much.
this is an unusual shot to me (in regards to where u placed the sun). i really like it man, well done
Same thing here....did you use HDR?
this bridge is more fameous than mel gibbson :) like it a lot, old structure bridges are beautiful!!! :)
I absolutele love this shot.You earn a coveted "I Likey" from the Subster.Good eye, Good shot, Good conversion.
I really like this one. The colour version was good, but the B&W version is fantastic!
Well now, it's another one of your best pieces of work! The sunburst rays that match so wonderfully with the cables of the bridge-stunning. You could probably sell this shot easily all over Brooklyn. And anywhere else, for that matter.
Oh man I love it!My favourite from you!This ius just magical dude.GREAT GREAT GREAT SHOT!
Cool effect with the sunrays!
I love this flare...
Lovely shot, the flare works great!
Wow! Great shot, you have done a very good work with the processing from the color shot to the B&W one.
A fantastic structure. Great light in your shot.
A fantastic light cross!greathttp://www.photo-effe.com
The flare gives a wonderful feeling in the photo, very nice :)
thanks for all comments...i did some post-process in this shot more than usual such as: masking, colors range in different blend mode, curve& levels and channel mixer, but not on HDR....original quite bit dark coz backlight. i try to bright out the detail in the shadow specially on the tower section, result looks kinda surreal:-)
Awesome. They had to pass many beams of the Sun for the former Brooklyn Bridge Often in 113 years(Dave) The photographer joins your name and signature with light.^.
far better in black and white than colour; shows how effective a decent bit of processing can be. well done.
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