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2 from tonight - transporter bridge and city scene

Discussion in 'Photography & Video' started by wez130, 16 Jan 2006.

  1. wez130

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    2 second exposure - hand held (leaning on a post though)/\/\

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    tripod mounted and i felt quite uncomfortable taking this one - 25 second exposure i think. F/22, iso 100

    C+C welcome - i wanted to wait till it got darker for the transporter but didn't have time.
     
  2. webmonkeyuk

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    like em which side were you on for the transporter?, was going to go down to the transporter (Port clarance side) on sat night to take some pics but went to the tees barage insted as i didnt fancy been mugged lol
     
  3. wez130

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    i was on the middlesbrough side, i don't know the best place to get it tbh. i may try from riverside stadium soon though.
     
  4. webmonkeyuk

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    yeah i was thinking of trying there, i could always see if my dad could get me on his works as its right near the bridge :)
     
  5. woodsy2k

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    I had to analyse a similar photo of that bridge from much the same perspective as you have taken it. Its a shame you couldnt wait untill it was dark, as im fairly sure they turn all the lights on on the structure itself. Makes for awsome reflections and other effects. Might be worth thinking about?

    Nice shots though mate. :)
     
  6. Gamefreak501

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    Nice shots there - my favourite one of the two is the first one :)
     
  7. Richard T

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    2nd one for me... but both are good
     
  8. webmonkeyuk

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    yeah its all lit up at night, would look a very nice photo i think
     
  9. wez130

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    thanks, i may take a trip down there again this evening if i get chance, only reason i couldn't get it yesterday was coz i had to pick the missus up :)
     
  10. JET_PILOT

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    I do like the 2nd photo.

    why you feel uncomfortable wez130 ?

    If it's the comments just do what i do and point the camera at them , also tell them the pictures will be going to the local police.

    ^^ soon scares them off

    p.s also helps being 6'2"
     
  11. Richard T

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    and the baseballl bat leaning up against your tripod!! :D
     
  12. wez130

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    No, it's the strange looks you get from people lol.
     
  13. Reidy

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    nice shots.... prefer the first one though
     
  14. JET_PILOT

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    LOL :D

    was shooting in the town centre a few weeks ago and some youths (think they were on the way to pick there ASBOS up) made some comments .

    so pointed the camera at them and they soon ran off, even though they were hurling obscenities
     
  15. Richard T

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    wear a diguise then!! :D

    Must admit... i'd be the same though :p
     
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