Published: Tuesday 28th of November 2006 08:32:16 PM
Beautiful work, Wilson! Best regards, Ruud.
You dont stall...
Good lines and shadows, well executed.
Original composition. Regards...
Please take that down. I deleted my comments because your reponses to them make it clear that you either: a) can't comphrehend what I've written b) don't want to comprehend what I've written c) are intentionally misusing my quotations to twist my comments into absurdity, instead of responding meaningfully d) all of the above Unless you have something to actually say, please take down that exchange. -Alex
Please take this down before I have to contact the moderators.
Wilson, I can appreciate Alex's criticism. Not because I agree with it, but because it opened a discussion that might not have taken place otherwise giving further insight for guys like me. Particularly, I liked your to-the-point description of some of the elements you considered when composing this photo, "I combined pattern, repetition, lighting, texture, composition, and depth to present this structure the way I had envisioned." I've looked through your portfolio and plan to return often. As a very rookie-beginner photographer, I visit photo.net to learn. I've noticed a lot of good photos from others with little or no description of the techniques, equipment, and settings used to accomplish their art. You are very open with that information. Thank you, thank you, thank you. By the way, this photo is great, I love it!
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
Wilson, I love these bridge shots. The mathematician in me is drawn to the repetitive lines and the parallels. Of course, the colors are icing on the cake. Wonderful work, Wilson.
"Lines" Built by Vancouver based Buckland & Taylor, (noteworthy projects include Greece's Rion Antirion Bridge, Bangkok's Rama XIII Bridge, etc.) Alex Fraser Bridge was the longest cable-stayed bridge in the world when opened in 1986 and is still 10th as of today.