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Thanks Ed for a convincing image.OK, so I regularly use a fair amount of editing to get my pictures to work. But I rarely do out-and-out composites of two different images. Here's an exception. You may recall the shots I shared of the Sydney Harbour Bridge during the recent World Pride March (when I took advantage of a very rare opportunity to walk over the bridge deck). Well, with careful editing, I have composited it with a Milky Way shot. The picture of the bridge was taken specifically with this composite in mind, but still - a bit outside my usual approach!
Fuji GFX100S with Pentax 645 28-45mm lens @ 45mm for bridge and Pentax 645 55mm DFA lens for sky
Well that's jolly good of you! I'm glad you like it... Obviously I could have simply posted it without explanation, but that never feels quite right somehow.Thanks Ed for a convincing image.