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another view of the Golden Gate Bridge
another view of the Golden Gate Bridge
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Challenge: Bridges III (Basic Editing)
Camera: Panasonic Lumix ZS3/TZ7
Location: San Francisco
Date: Oct 6, 2010
Galleries: Landscape
Date Uploaded: Oct 7, 2010

pic taken from a boat, under the bridge

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Place: 113 out of 145
Avg (all users): 5.0432
Avg (commenters): 6.0000
Avg (participants): 4.5333
Avg (non-participants): 5.2880
Views since voting: 573
Views during voting: 299
Votes: 185
Comments: 7
Favorites: 0


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10/19/2010 07:47:09 PM
Nice! Never seen it like that!
10/19/2010 05:05:24 PM
A fascinating graphic display. Would also be an excellent square image. Well seen (and good scene!)
10/16/2010 11:55:19 AM
It's an interesting idea, but the shot is exposed wrong and it's hard to make out the interesting detail in the bridge.
10/16/2010 08:53:00 AM
Too bad - the other view is much better.
10/14/2010 11:59:52 PM
As a Navy veteran I've seen the bottom of the GG probably a hundred times or more. Somewhere in my archives I have a ton of Kodak 110 exposures. This photo would have been better had you opened up the shadows more in RAW or Lightroom. When I was a sailor I took those same shots for the same reasons as you apparently did....to show a different side or view of an otherwise iconic and often photographed American treasure. Sorry it didn't work for me this time, but I encourage you to keep trying to get "THE" shot from this vantage point. No vote this time.
10/13/2010 07:04:34 PM
I really like the use of a unique perspective on something so heavily photographed. A minor nitpick though: I think it could have used a touch more noise reduction to help smooth out that sky. Not sure if you could have done that without killing other details. Some NR software can apply it by color range, which would be basic legal.
10/13/2010 12:39:24 PM
Actually, I've seen it from the perspective several times. Nice idea.


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