Doug wrote:Luvin this one.
Great curve and form picked out from the bold shadow.
Many would dismiss the signs as a distraction, but I'm find them interesting. Must be those serpentine posts.
We only have one elevated road of any length in Adelaide. Its has been difficult to make look good in the day, this one gives me hope for a night shoot, though from memory ours is a bit over lit.
In regards to the lighting of your city's bridge - maybe a late dusk/blue-hour shoot could net the results you want? Enough ambient light to soften the shadows a little, while still allowing the artificial lighting to say "night shoot"...
Eden wrote:I like the " all alone in the concrete jungle feel "
Eden wrote:What you said about the lighting at dusk makes good sense.
I might have to badger Doug and any others that want to do part of or an all-nighter along the new raised section we now have,
There is something I find quite calming about empty roads in dark areas at night ( not sure if that is a good thing or not! )
Eden wrote:I might have to badger Doug and any others that want to do part of or an all-nighter along the new raised section we now have,
Doug wrote:Eden wrote:I might have to badger Doug and any others that want to do part of or an all-nighter along the new raised section we now have,
I'd be in that.
Doing it on a work day is an option for me, since I'm currently working just down the road from the overpass and my 5 pm finish won't be too far off sunset now day light savings has finished. (sunset 6pm)
Just a thought, it's not likely to suit many.
Doesn't look like this bad weather clears till Thursday when it turns to partly cloudy after that.
Maybe Friday or Saturday evening if you (and anyone else) are still keen.
It will be a challenge to try and use some of the coloured glass panelled sections of the overpass and not go straight to B+W.
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