The Making of ZEELAND BRIDGE ~ A Road To Fine Art

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The Making of ZEELAND BRIDGE ~ A Road To Fine Art

I am thrilled to release a new fine art image taken during my extensive travels these past few months. Zeeland Bridge (Zeelandbrug in Dutch) is located in Zeeland Province, The Netherlands. It was completed in 1965 and was the longest bridge in Europe. Today it is the longest bridge in The Netherlands spanning 5,022 meters (wikipedia). I was fortunate to visit Zeeland Bridge with my friend  Joel Tjintjelaar, who arguably made the first long exposure black & white fine art image of the bridge. With a little pressure on, I felt that a long exposure infrared image utilizing a tilt shift lens would be a great avenue to create something new. It is my goal that this tutorial will give you insight into the multiple stages of transition that this image went through in my post-processing.

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One thought on “The Making of ZEELAND BRIDGE ~ A Road To Fine Art

  1. Mabry your hard work really comes through…..thank your for sharing all of your Zeeland Bridge work This is the best review I have witnessed of what you accomplished with your creation.

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