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Overhead by Andrew Brown

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Camera – Canon 350D
Lens – 24-85mm USM
Focal length – 85mm
Exposure – Aperture Priority
Aperture – f/8
Shutter – 1/320 seconds
ISO – 100

Photoshop attempt at a lomo type effect, halftone pattern to create horizotal lines and noise added.

© Andrew Brown

Calenders – Urban Design

Urban and Architecture
Panorama
Landscape
Portraiture
Macro
Street

Tags

blue, lines, lomo, lomography, noise, overhead, power, powerlines

I am a Melbourne based photographer drawn to the urban landscape, street photography and the lines and repetition found in architecture. For more about Andrew Brown Photography visit the website and blog. I drop the occasional tweet on Twitter @ABrownPhoto so follow along.

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Comments

  • Stefan Trenker
    Stefan Trenkerover 6 years ago

    simplistic – looks cool!

  • Vansk
    Vanskover 6 years ago

    o what a tangled web… nice shot.

  • Alyssa Medina
    Alyssa Medinaover 6 years ago

    love love love lines in the sky

  • Andrew Brown
    Andrew Brownover 6 years ago

    Thank you Stefan, Vansk and Lys .

  • Sam Frysteen
    Sam Frysteenover 6 years ago

    nice grab… most people forget to look up when hunting for pics.
    Love it.

  • Thanks Sam, trick is not to bump into stuff though. Appreciate your comments.

    – Andrew Brown

  • fabricedeloor
    fabricedeloorover 6 years ago

    Great treatment. Worth it! great

  • Deborah Milligan
    Deborah Milliganabout 6 years ago

    wonderful shot. a beautiful abstract

  • kipishiux
    kipishiuxalmost 6 years ago

    great shot

  • Joanne  Bradley
    Joanne Bradleyalmost 6 years ago

    Interesting capture with that crisscross of lines! Congrats on homepage feature!

  • Vulcan Spark Studios
    Vulcan Spark S...almost 6 years ago

    is this toronto

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