Saturday, May 21, 2011

Pottery Road

Three views of the original Pottery Road bridge, looking north from the Bayview extension in Toronto.

...except I was playing around with Picnik and now don't remember what I used for each, though Lomo-ish, Orton-ish, Holga-ish and posterize and film grain were involved.


Leontien said...

Haha don't know what that all means but the pictures are lovely!


Pat said...

I think the third photo shows off the bridge the best and hides the telephone wires the most. Nice job!

VioletSky said...

Yes, those wires were supremely annoying - one reason I was experimenting!

Lesley said...

cool. I like the second one best.

Unknown said...

i like all three! there's also an eerie feel in the last one.:p

Francisca said...

My favorite is the Lomo one... I'm learning how to do this in Photoshop. This image of the bridge is a perfect candidate for playing.

[No, I didn't stay with the clock for long. The figure you see is V for the fifth hour, so for hour six, a new historical figure appears.]

Carola said...

Interesting variations. Fine composition with the tree in front of the bridge.
It's nice to play around, I've tried a bit in Light Room.

biebkriebels said...

I like the experiments, it is funny to see a photo change. I use Picasa, but have also used Picnic once. Kind regards.

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