Modern Covered Bridge... Aged

© Paul A. Schneider

Modern Covered Bridge... Aged

Uploaded: November 20, 2006

Description

ISO 100, 1/60, f11. Just thought Id post a new image since I have been so busy with work lately. I shot this photo today while driving home from my old college town. I never knew this covered bridge existed til today. Shot about 50 images and while editing I thought what better way to display a new wooden covered bridge than to make it look old fashion with a sepia tone. Thanks for viewing.


Comments

Lori Carlson November 20, 2006

I love your idea to go with the aged look Paul. These are super subjects and you created a real nice lead-in with this comp. I love it! :0) #560186

Jeana Clark November 20, 2006

AWESOME bridge! Isn't it fun and exciting when you come upon something that you have not seen yet?! You have captured this well. I LOVE the sepia tone in which you have presented this image! WELL DONE!! ~Jeana~ #3609936

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