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Mini Manhattan Bridge

February 24th, 2009

I was walking along the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City and took this with a tilt-shift lens.

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Comments from the Community

Posted By: Ben Gustafson
about 9 years ago
It's cool. But I think it might of been cooler if you had more of a subject?... Just my two cense...So please don't rate me bad for this.
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Posted By: altruist
about 9 years ago
i agree with BJB.... but overall i like it, and its good to get a break of landscapes from time to time ;) cheers!
Posted By: Darvos
about 9 years ago
you say the subject is the Manhattan bridge, but it isnt the center of focus, as BJB said it needs focus on the subject, apart from that im a fan of tilt-shift
Posted By: Sharp
about 9 years ago
Woww... very disturbing !
Posted By: trout
about 9 years ago
Agreed. Why isn't the focus actually on the bridge? Cause this could be really cool.
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Posted By: skier8689
about 9 years ago
this is really really cool, great perspective
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Posted By: golf007sd
about 9 years ago
Nice try but I think you missed "the mark" on this one. Keep at, I'm sure you next one will bear fruit.
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Posted By: ifrogg
about 9 years ago
yeah... even though it makes it a unique perspective, the bridge out of focus and the odd shadowing is dizzifying. so much confusion and blur didn't fit my desktop. thanks, though! this perspective takes a good eye!
Posted By: Goodworks Media
about 9 years ago
Hey... I took the photo.. I agree with a lot of the comments. At the very least, the bridge should have been the focus. It was my first adventure with a tilt shift so I was still getting used to working with it.

Andrew C.
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Posted By: trout
about 9 years ago
Nice to see criticism offered and received with good attitudes. Looking forward to your next submission Andrew.
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Posted By: brizkit
about 9 years ago
Have to admit this one's a little unpleasant to look at (both physically and aesthetically). The noisy blur and the confused subject don't do anything for me. My eyes keep leading to that unremarkable building cluster. Not a bad idea, it's just not executed very well. Keep submitting, though!
Posted By: syria
about 9 years ago
I like it, been looking for something like this for a while( NY style with apartments and bridge). But just one little problem for me is the blur. I taught maybe it would look better without it! Good idea though
Posted By: ifrogg
about 9 years ago
wow... if everyone could take critisism as good as you, adam, the world would be so much better. thanks.
Posted By: Adam Dell
about 9 years ago
I think you did a great job. I enjoy your work. keep it up. I like the tilt shift.

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