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Mid Hudson Bridge Reflections



The lights to this beautiful bridge change nightly. In this capture, the bridge is adorned with Hanukah Blue! The Mid Hudson Bridge connects the small city of P...
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The lights to this beautiful bridge change nightly. In this capture, the bridge is adorned with Hanukah Blue! The Mid Hudson Bridge connects the small city of Poughkeepsie to Highland, which is on the west side of the Hudson River.
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angelomarcialis
 
angelomarcialis July 12, 2017
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davidisaacyoung August 03, 2017
Love the colors. I've never been able to get the water that glassy myself under that bridge. Beautifully done.
angelomarcialis
 
angelomarcialis February 28, 2018
Thank you davidisaacyoung and gunnerboy

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Behind The Lens

Location
This is the Mid Hudson Bridge that connects Poughkeepsie on the east to Highland on the west side of the Hudson River. The bridge lights change nightly to celebrate a particular holiday or event. In the case, they are Blue to celebrate the season of Hanukah.
Time
This image was captured at @ 9pm.
Lighting
I used a 10s exposure to smooth out the river so that the reflections from the bridge and the city were as clear and elongated as possible.
Equipment
Nikon D7100, Nikor VR f/3.5-5.6G, Feisol carbon fiber tripod and no flash was fired.
Inspiration
This is one of the more photogenic bridges that spans the Hudson River in the Hudson Valley. One never gets a bad capture regardless of time of day or season.
Editing
I primarily process thru Adobe Raw, then tweak via Ps.
In my camera bag
I only have the one lens that I previously wrote about, as well as 1polarizer filter, and two ND (4 & 10 stop) filters.
Feedback
Not really, just go out and enjoy the process....

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