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This is a discussion on LRT truss within the Architecture & Man Made (cities, buildings, roads, objects & abstracts) forums, part of the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) category; did this in colour and black and white .. not sure which I prefer ... though I am tending towards ...

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    did this in colour and black and white .. not sure which I prefer ... though I am tending towards the black and white one ....



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    I will try another option.Keep color on bridge and desaturate blue color. By the way fantastic composition.

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    Cool shot Matt! Is this the new leg of the LRT over where the Science Center used to be?

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    Nice angle here Matt. BW for me here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAS_Photo View Post
    Cool shot Matt! Is this the new leg of the LRT over where the Science Center used to be?
    Yup yup, JAS, thatis exactly where this is ... taken from Millennium Park

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    Nice angle here Matt. BW for me here.
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    I will try another option.Keep color on bridge and desaturate blue color. By the way fantastic composition.
    Tried it, Veyko, but it did not seem to work very well. I suppose the contrast between the beige truss and the black and white sky leaves it a bit .... ummm .... blahhhh
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    Agreed that the composition here is interesting and unique. But I just came back from a trip in the same area and got the feeling that there is a color cast in the first image. The trusses aren't that warm. Perhaps because of the clouds you exposed for cloud (or used auto white balance), but that would have warmed the color of the trusses. If you cool down the white balance a little, the blue sky may intensify a bit, which would be even more excellent. Let me know if you see it that way or not so I can calibrate my eye sight. LOL
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    LOL Matt it not looks so bad.

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    I like the comp as well, nicely done. As usual, I prefer the colour version as the heavy clouds seem to stand out more to me in colour. You can feel the water in them.
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