Baltic from the bridge!

Baltic from the bridge!

Photo Information
Old one with my Ds and 18/55 lens!.......I used to love that lens!...must try it on the K20D...comments most welcome,,,,how else do you learn!
13/09/2008 - 16:50beginner
CategoryArchitecture
Shutter Speed1/45
Aperturef/22
LensN/A
ISO200
Focal Length18mm
Views/Likes43/0
Tagsbaltic

Peter Elgar

Link Posted 13/09/2008 - 21:05
here I feel a figure would have added some extra interest and scale.The eye goes to the letters 'Baltic Flour' at the moment.
been a member of Pentax Club since the Ron Spillman era! Got COMPUTERISED at last - DIGITISED? Taken the PLUNGE - BUT FILM STILL RULES !!!

beginner

Link Posted 13/09/2008 - 21:24
There's never anyone around when you need them!..lol......this was one of my first shots,I just liked the way the curve linked up with the building!...thanks very much for the advice!...........Ken
K20D...ist DS ,DA18/55,DA16/45.DA* 50/135,"A"1.7 50MM..."A" 70/210..M 50mm f2...Tamron 90mm macro,28/300 Tamron,200/500 Tamron 6.9....A Pentax DA*300... Sigma10/20,FA31mm 1.8 Ltd*********,FA 77mm Ltd!

nazboo

Link Posted 04/10/2008 - 14:04
wow! Inspiring. I need to get out. Now
NAZ

davidtrout

Link Posted 04/10/2008 - 14:36
I like this picture a lot and think the wide angle helps the composition. It's debatable whether a figure would add to the scene as Peter suggests. That's a personal choice.
I've spent quite a lot time photographing around this area and find it very inspiring. Currently its one of my favourite locations along with the Northumbria University site less than a mile away in Newcastle and Salford Quays in Greater Manchster.
PPG: http://www.pentaxphotogallery.com/artists/davidtrout
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