Comstock Bridge
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Wolfgang55

Winner of a Best of Nikonians Annual Photo Contest




Location: Norwich CT US
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· Date: Thu 17-September-2020 · Views: 285 · Filesize: 95.8KB, 776.4KB · Dimensions: 800 x 1200 ·
Rating: ********** 10.00
Keywords: Comstock Bridge
Camera: D800e
Lens & Filters: 24-120 f4
Film and/or ISO: ISO 1250
Aperture: f4
Shutter speed: 10 sec
Location: Colchester Connecticut
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dm1dave

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Location: Lowden IA US
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Sun 04-October-2020 10:27

Outstanding, congratulations on selection as Editors Choice!
bgs

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Location: Uppsala SE
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Sun 04-October-2020 12:35

Excellent shot and interesting processing, Wolfgang.
mfmimages


Location: Melbourne FL US
Posts: 117
Sun 04-October-2020 01:25

Nice capture. Congrats on EC!
Jhawk2474


Location: South Windsor CT US
Posts: 13
Sun 11-October-2020 04:13

Nice shot. I live in CT, I'll have to take a drive down there. Would you share some of the technical details?
MarkOliva


Location: Muenchsteinach DE
Posts: 34
Mon 12-October-2020 03:55 Rating: 10 

What is the illuminated object at the far end of the bridge?
Wolfgang55

Winner of a Best of Nikonians Annual Photo Contest


Location: Norwich CT US
Posts: 819
Mon 12-October-2020 09:13

Thanks for the comments. The illuminated object at the end is actually an outside light. As for technical info I shot this image using a Nikon D800e and a 24-120 f4. I set the ISO to 2500 with an expose of 25 seconds. I was only able to get the faint milky way after processing the image in PS. For sharpening I used Topaz Sharpen AI and for the noise reduction I use Topaz Denoise AI which works really well to eliminate noise without degrading the detail. Thanks