Denver bridges are the subjects of my photos posts this week, on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. One of my favorite subjects is the span over I-25 that connects Lower Highlands to the Central Platte Valley. I took this photo from the courtyard at 16th and Platte Streets, with Colt and Gray restaurant on my left and Salvagetti Bicycle Workshop to the right.  I had some fun playing with the black point in this picture, which produces results similar to increasing contrast.Denver photos, Denver trips, Denver tourism, Denver restaurants

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  1. Todd Bradley March 8, 2010 at 9:43 pm - Reply

    So, what’s the difference between black point and contrast?
    .-= Todd Bradley´s last blog first and only space shuttle launch =-.

  2. Beth Partin March 9, 2010 at 10:01 am - Reply

    I don’t know how to explain it yet, not being an Aperture expert, but black point darkens the photograph in a way that is similar to increasing the contrast, but not exactly the same. I could show you sometime, but at this point I can’t really explain it.
    .-= Beth Partin´s last blog ..Denver Photos: 16th Street Bridge over I-25 =-.