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Old Nov 10, 2014, 7:41 PM   #1
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Default Local Bridge Shots

I've posted photos of the local bridges over the Willamette river in Salem before. Within walking distance for me so it's a quick fix for an itchy trigger finger.

The old railroad bridge converted to a walkway was shot with with the 45-200 at 184mm. The two hwy bridges were shot with the 20mm pancake.
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Old Nov 10, 2014, 8:43 PM   #2
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The first shot is really cool. Amazing colors.
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The first one reminds me of the interior of a grand European cathedral.
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Thanks guys. It is kind of interesting the way 184mm compressed the trusses. I might play some more with compression when the subject warrants it.
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The first shot is really cool. Amazing colors.
I agree, and the composition is also top-notch.
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I love using tele zooms to do stuff like that, and your image is beautiful. Perfect alignment and what a background.
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Great perspective and the background can't be better on the 1st shot.
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Fantastic Shot
the comp and detail is Excellent
the first one is outstanding
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Thanks guys. Sometimes I get lucky.
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Love that 1st bridge photo.......
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