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River Liffey, through the center of Dublin
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February 2, 2014
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February 2, 2014
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I’ve not seen this bridge before.
Or the slanted building either for that matter.
Not good things to see during a long walk home from the pub late at night.
The bridge is reminiscent of a celtic harp.  I wonder if that was meant to be.

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February 2, 2014
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Great pictures, i really like the last one. 

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A very cool bridge!

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Nice set of photos Jaydev! #1 and 5 are my favorite. That bridge has very interesting look. I would also suggest you to take some pictures when you are on the bridge itself. 

Some suggestion fo improvement. Photo #4 with birds: I would leave a bit more space at the bottom of the frame, because birds leg is touching the edge of the frame pretty much. I would just move the camera a bit to the right and down, while shooting. 

Also I can see that you have some dust on your sensor. It is the most visible in #3 and 5. 

February 3, 2014
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Mandrake said
I’ve not seen this bridge before.
Or the slanted building either for that matter.
Not good things to see during a long walk home from the pub late at night.
The bridge is reminiscent of a celtic harp.  I wonder if that was meant to be.

Mandrake,

This bridge is called ‘Samuel Beckett Bridge” and  designed by architect Dr. Santiago Calatrava Valls.This dramatic shape gives the appearance of a Irish harp lying on it’s side.This bridge is capable opening an angle of 90 degree allowing ships to pass through. This was completed in 2009 and that was reason you have not seen when you visited years ago.

hope to shoot few night shots some stage and post into this forum.

Thanks Mandrake.

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February 3, 2014
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thanks Michale and Remnest.

regards

 

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February 3, 2014
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easyexposure said
Nice set of photos Jaydev! #1 and 5 are my favorite. That bridge has very interesting look. I would also suggest you to take some pictures when you are on the bridge itself. 

Some suggestion fo improvement. Photo #4 with birds: I would leave a bit more space at the bottom of the frame, because birds leg is touching the edge of the frame pretty much. I would just move the camera a bit to the right and down, while shooting. 

Also I can see that you have some dust on your sensor. It is the most visible in #3 and 5. 

Thanks Oksana for your valued comments and suggestions  for photo#4.

appreciate your keen observation on the photos and the findings. I cleaned the sensor Oksana.

Thanks and regards,

 

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February 3, 2014
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Really nice set of pics jaydev. I used to have a lot of dust (or oil) spots on the
sensor of my Nikon d7000 – I had the sensor professionally cleaned but after a 
short time some came back.
I now use a d7100 and so far clean pics and hope they stay that way lol!
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February 3, 2014
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It is not that hard to clean the sensor yourself… probably much cheaper than having it professionally done as well…

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I tried to clean the sensor myself in my old d7000. Took the lens off
and ran the camera through the wash cycle. Never worked the same
after that!

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funny  :-)…. but seriously, for those unsure, there are tons of how to videos on youtube on how to clean sensors.

 

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