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Prebend's Bridge across the river Wear in Durham City.
Rating (3 votes):
Canon 5D MkII
Canon 24-105 L IS USM
A slightly different style for a change, what do you think?
Converted in Lightroom then added to a plain white background with text added and drop shadow.
Dec 31, 2014
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[Jan 02, 2015 at 04:24 PM]
I never thought I would ever see such a large border on an image posted by George
The drop shadow and title add to this style and although I don't expect it will become the norm from George in this case it works very well and suits the image.
The composition is excellent, and the image has super detail, colours and a real look of quality.
Excellent work George, now get it framed and hung on the wall.
[Jan 02, 2015 at 06:24 PM]
Fantastic detail in the image and I love reflection of the bridge in the river, but sorry George the border and drop shadow adds nothing to the image (for me) but it was worth the effort
[Jan 02, 2015 at 09:29 PM]
This is a stunning & beautiful shot George. The colours are superb & the bit frost certainly adds to it with those gorgeous reflections. Like Steve I am not keen on the big border, & I agree with Peter it should be hung on your wall . It would have been a ten if not for the border so I will give it a deserved Nine.
[Jan 03, 2015 at 11:43 AM]
As said this is a super picture, this would be best printed and hung, it looks really professional. I think a set of these with a similar theme would look fantastic just grouped and hanging together.
My only thought would be is to make the frames padded are a little smaller, but very neat handwriting.
I don't know what sort of printer you have George but I heard of a company called
I have not used them but some members of Gloucester camera club have, and have had good results.
A3 printers are expensive to run so for the amount of printing the average person may do in this size it's probably not worth buying one. But well done with the photo it really is good.
[Jan 24, 2015 at 11:52 PM]
Another stunner George, can't add anything more to the wise ones above except to say I don't like the white border or the subsequent shadow around it !! I think it stands up by itself without it ... so there!
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