Bridge over waters
|Copyright: Bertrand Roessli (broessli) (158)|
|Date Taken: 2007-09-04|
|Camera: Nikon D50, 17-55mm AF-S DX Nikkor|
|Exposure: f/22, 1/4 seconds|
|Details: Tripod: Yes|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2007-09-13 10:30|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The city of Bled in Slovenia is famous for its church built in a small island in the middle of a lake. A few km from the city you can walk along a river (I forgot the name) that ends to a waterfall. The only disappointing |
aspect is that you are charged 2 Euros to walk along the
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- [2007-09-13 10:49]
j'aime bien l'ensemble, le paysage est magnifique et le filé de l'eau bien pris. bravo. il y manque un peu de luminosité pour quelques ombres mais ma foi ... vous auriez également pu gommer le bout de barrière verte au fond à gauche :-)
lovely shot quite mysticle love the movement in the water the only thing is the two butress walls to the left i think this spoils the effect but couldn't be helped as i think you wanted the bridge in the shot other than that nice shot tfs
pas d'accord avec cali pour la barrière
une photo ça se corrige pas à ce point
donc soit tu la mets hors cadre soit tu la gardes ;)
sinon un peu sous exp dans les tons sombres et moyens et brulé dans les clairs /dommage l'eau est superbe et le ciel est cramé
composition superbe églement ainsi que le focus
You were at The Vintgar Soteska Gorge and the river Radovna is running through it. I've been there myself several years ago when I wasn't that active yet in photography. I do have some photos posted in my gallery. When I was there the entrance was still free, but that could also be because we were there really early.
I do like your composition a lot. but find it a pity that you chose for the only two man made structures in the gorge. There is a lot more natural beauty to capture.
The slow shutter speed did gave you a wonderful soft texture on the water and great details throughout. I know that a few more meters to your right would have given you a better POV.
P.S. Its no crime to give more critique and more often