David Robb  


I-90 Bridge by David Robb

September 2021 - I-90 Bridge

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I-90 Bridge

Nikon D750, is0 2800, 28mm, f/8, 1/400

Neah Bay and the I-90 Floating bridge or remnants of the bridge that use to float on Lake Washington, Seattle. I Guess sections of the old bridge, which was replaced, were auctioned off for various uses by their buyers. This one must of never found a use by its buyers out at Neah Bay. You can see how it has settled. The right side slowly sinking. A odd thing to see when looking for a place to anchor for the night.


5 comments posted




Dennis Hirning   Dennis Hirning
That's an interesting story. The wreckage is also interesting. You might have tried this from a position further to the left so your subject wasn't spread over so much of the image. The most interesting part is the right half of the bridge. I was curious if detail could have been brought out of the shadows. I tried by just using Levels and boosted the saturation a little and it did seem to help. It even helped the the color in the sky.   Posted: 09/12/2021 20:42:12
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Joey Johnson   Joey Johnson
Definitely interesting story. I would suggest cropping in a little tighter on both sides. The extra space doesn't serve any purpose and would keep the eye directed on the wreckage. I like the silhouette effect. Makes it sort of eerie.   Posted: 09/13/2021 12:29:02



Sharon Moir   Sharon Moir
Interesting shot! I might lighten it a bit and crop some off the bottom. Like the Joey said, the silhouette effect is eerie and helps make the shot.   Posted: 09/19/2021 12:09:03



Than Sint   Than Sint
I like the shot. Please try black & white version. Location is very nice for landscape and portrait photography at sunset.   Posted: 09/20/2021 22:09:33



Sol Blechman   Sol Blechman
The remnants of the bridge are interesting so cropping and adjusting shadows to bring out detail in it would be how I might proceed. It also helps in this case to read the caption which adds a lot to the story.   Posted: 09/21/2021 15:47:27



 

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