note: Don't forget to click on "Large Version."
The Lions Gate Bridge is one of the two arterial routes joining the North Shore with the rest of Greater Vancouver. It was built in 1935 by the Guiness Company and its' three lanes currently serve over 65,000 cars per day.
Desaturated using Photoshop and stitched from 8 pictures.
Picture taken at 7:13 pm
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bmckenzie (517) 2004-04-23 3:25
Great composition - the foreground on the right really balances the bridge, and the backlighting from the sun gives punch to the foreground. I like the use of sepia; I suspect it wouldn't work as well as an "ordinary" colour pano?
adam (860) 2004-04-23 3:26
Wow, this is really majestic in LP view! The large rock formations at right contrast nicely with the man-made bridge at left.
sekl (2063) 2004-04-23 3:44
Charles did you use 8 shots to cover the panorama. Or some of them were part of bracketing?
bgladman (1153) 2004-04-23 3:52
This looked good in the thumb but when i clicked on the large version, it got a whole lot better. Superb detail, and the lighting creates a really moody atmosphere. Excellent panorama!
didcreole (962) 2004-04-23 7:30
Whaow... Soooo great panorama. All is in focus, and I like this composition of this beautiful bridge in the distance with a strong foreground on the right. The desaturated colors are well seen too. Really great job.
Rockyboy (20598) 2004-04-23 19:08
Very nice panorama of this bridge... Too bad that dispite I was at Vancouver last year, I didn't saw it! Colors desaturated are very nice too. Well done!
vesalius (861) 2004-04-25 2:58
Once again, beautiful. I really like the sepia tone here, it works well. Thanks.
ydarias (679) 2005-03-19 8:18
Hi Charles. I like very much your photo, overcoat I like the composition. I think than the white frame produce a interesting contrast. Very goog job.
tomszat (1141) 2008-01-30 9:34
Hi, I really like the muted tone and calm atmosphere here, the right hand side of Your panorama is quite heavy so I would maybe suggest to include a bit more strong elements on the left to balance it (if it was possible), when I click on the larger version I see some vertical 'lines' (darker areas) - are these stitching artefacts? Overall, very nice shot and atmosphere! Regards!
- Copyright: Charles Ed II Aguilar (antcreations) (251)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Black & White
- Date Taken: 2004-04-22
- Categories: Nature
- Camera: Canon D60, Canon EF 16-35mm 2.8, IBM Microdrive 1Gb, B+W UV
- Exposure: f/6.7, 1/8 seconds
- Details: Tripod: Yes
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Panoramas, Panoramas 2, Beaches in Black & White (& Sepia) [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2004-04-23 3:14
- Favorites: 2 [view]