I often travel to Point Edward, Ontario to sit along the shore of the St.Clair River, a major shipping channel for the Great Lakes. There are actually two bridges that now span the distance between Point Edward, Ontario and Port Huron, Michigan U.S.A. with the original bridge beginning construction in 1936 and is a cantilever truss style bridge with a span of 1883 meters, and was open to traffic in 1938. The two bridge spans are the second busiest border crossing in Canada.
On this night, with the distant rumbling of a storm brewing, I decided to take some long exposure shots under the bridge. This is a 50 second exposure at ISO 100, f8 at 24mm on a Canon 7D Mkii using a 24-105mm f4 lens.
I was lucky enough to have the shutter open long enough to capture lightning as it happen, which made the image that much more of a story.
The resulting colours in the image are as is out of the camera, with some minor adjustments
CANON 7D MKii, PHOTOSHOP CC 2014, WACOM TABLET, ARCHIVAL QUALITY PAPER