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Two views of Brooklyn Bridge

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    And both of them worthy of printing.
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    Outstanding sharpness and colour. I like the composition of both also.

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    One quick question:

    Did you get arrested when you took this picture? They showed some guy on the news today getting arrested for trespassing. He looked to be in this exact spot you are standing on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theantiquetiger View Post
    One quick question:

    Did you get arrested when you took this picture? They showed some guy on the news today getting arrested for trespassing. He looked to be in this exact spot you are standing on.

    Student's selfie on Brooklyn Bridge railing prompts NYPD response - CBS News
    Oh man I hope so! That would make the photo sooooooooo much cooler
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iguanasan View Post
    And both of them worthy of printing.
    Absolutely. Both are great.

    In the 2nd one I would consider a slight blacks adjustment in levels just to darken the blacks a bit (but it is subtle and may just be my monitor)
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    Love the perspective in both! I would agree with runmonty, a slight blacks adjustment, or maybe a minute contrast boost...but beautiful images none the less!
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