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Raaj
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May 15, 2019 12:42 pm  

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Larry Leonard
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May 16, 2019 6:58 am  

Well, it isn't the Pont de Artes in Paris yet, but we all start somewhere.  First of all Raaj, nice seeing and taking this picture.  I guess I am into my background mode.  How about opening the lens for additional bokeh?  I would like to see more separation of the locks from the background.

You probably aren't asking for processing advice.  However, it would be fun to spend a little time making the locks themselves slightly more bright.  Don't think this would take too long.  Remember, time is all we have.

All this being said, the images makes me smile!   Thanks.  Smiling is good!

 

 


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Dary Shelton
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May 18, 2019 4:03 pm  

Great job, Raaj.  This makes me smile too.  I didn't even observe these locks so way to go.  I was once again on a one track to get light trails with the Houston skyline in the background.  Alas, the traffic proved to be too light.  


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Raaj
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May 18, 2019 5:35 pm  
Posted by: Larry Leonard

Well, it isn't the Pont de Artes in Paris yet, but we all start somewhere.  First of all Raaj, nice seeing and taking this picture.  I guess I am into my background mode.  How about opening the lens for additional bokeh?  I would like to see more separation of the locks from the background.

You probably aren't asking for processing advice.  However, it would be fun to spend a little time making the locks themselves slightly more bright.  Don't think this would take too long.  Remember, time is all we have.

All this being said, the images makes me smile!   Thanks.  Smiling is good!

 

 

Thanks for your comments, @lleonard!  Certainly one of the many places on the planet influenced by the Pont De Artes.  This was shot with the 24-70/4S and I believe this was wide open at f/4.  Actually, I an not sure I would want the background too much more out of focus.  I did painfully select each lock and brighten considerly, though any more and the image begins to look terribly artificial.  

Again, I noticed that this image too is displayed with lower contrast unless viewed full-size.

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Raaj
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May 18, 2019 5:37 pm  
Posted by: Dary Shelton

Great job, Raaj.  This makes me smile too.  I didn't even observe these locks so way to go.  I was once again on a one track to get light trails with the Houston skyline in the background.  Alas, the traffic proved to be too light.  

Thanks, @dshelton!  The traffic definitely was too light for light trails and I, like you, was disappointed.  I know one or two places in Chicago to do light trails, so let's do it! 😀 

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