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2 Comments | Report
snmeiners
 
snmeiners September 20, 2018
great picture, love the lines, well done
Cintography
 
Cintography September 20, 2018
Congratulations.

Behind The Lens

Location
This photo was taken in Rolphton Ontario, Canada. This bridge crosses from Ontario to Quebec.
Time
It was taken in the afternoon in early spring.
Lighting
It was an overcast day with a lot of fog.
Equipment
I shot it with the Nikon D750 and 14mm f2.8 lens, I didn't use flash or a tripod.
Inspiration
I was out on a little road trip and saw a sign that indicated water falls and thought i could capture interesting pictures with fog but quickly realized the interesting subject was this beautiful bridge.
Editing
I did some edits in Lightroom.
In my camera bag
I always have my Nikon D750 along with my 14mm Rokinon for wide landscape shots. I also bring the 28 to 300, the 24 to 70 or 70 to 200 depending on the situation.
Feedback
When shooting anything with lines I try to centre things to make the image symmetrical.

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