a different picture than I usually take.
I don't know if it works at all, but the lines attracted me to this shot. I think it might lack true interest, but I thought I would give it a try before I embark on another theme that I just finished.
I think it might look cool in sepia or some over tonal treatment but I don't have much experience in those so as I tried them I was not impressed. But give it a try if you like.
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dragonslayero (3116) 2006-05-23 17:35
Very simple yet captivating photo.
Composition is as simple as it gets... yet it is fantastic.
Obviously can't say anything on the colours, but it seems that in the B&W convert some of the dark colours from the wires have "contaminated" the air around, looks grainy.
I do like the bird in the photo, endless lonelyness. One can almost ask, how many more birds can you get on those wires?
Thanks for sharing.
erthmuffin (1551) 2006-05-23 19:17
oddly enough from the thumbnail and without looking at the name i knew this was your picture.
anyway, i really like this, great idea. it really works because of the bird on the wire. keep experimenting!
vapours (8264) 2006-05-23 21:18
Can really appreciate the minimalism here, the thin lines look a lot like a drawing. Well done.
rafelito (3648) 2006-05-23 22:40
Hi Brady, I like very much your compositon, is so moderm and minimalist, great work, Many regards, Rafael
Haymotion (2601) 2006-05-24 2:41
Composition minimaliste qui fonctionne très bien ici !!
Très graphique et design
Alise (906) 2006-05-24 15:30
Perfect, ascetic and artful! I like tour style! :)
lotis (132) 2006-05-24 18:16
I like your attempt. I once saw a similar photo with a single tree branch and a raven at the end of it. It was in sepia or some kind of weird brownish color. It was taken with a film camera I think, but it was very nice. I also saw another one of a city light, like on a tall post, but the photo was practically just the light and it looked really nice. I think you should try this with sepia and focus on one part of the photo (for example, where there is that thing). Give it a shot if you have time, just to see the results.
AnimeshRay (9081) 2006-05-24 23:50
This is a good minimalist frame, Brady. Nicely geometric, broken by the bird. The sky is a little flat, yet the cables have nice contrast. You know, I agree with Glint on the book cover idea. I think it will work well.
kajspice (4542) 2006-05-25 9:20
I saw this floating in the main gallery yesterday, but didn't notice your name next to it...
I would imagine this was difficult to compose, though the effect is simple and original...
A nice experiment...
ps. how about "bird on a wire" for a tile?? just a thought...isn't that the name of a song or something...? anyway, real life kicks in...MUST go and do something which will help me secure my next meal!
tcht (7565) 2006-05-26 3:34
Hey Brady that's a really cool minimalistic shot! Well spotted, framed and taken. Fantastic compo!
quantabeh (5205) 2006-05-31 9:12
This is really pretty cool. Nothing, yet something. I love those perfectly parallel power lines. I would say, give it even more contrast.
jinju (14265) 2006-05-31 20:28
Wow, this is quite cool Brady. What excellent use of large negative space here. The lines are crucial, they give some substance to all that white.
- Copyright: brady black (verde) (957)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Black & White
- Date Taken: 2006-05-20
- Categories: Daily Life
- Camera: Canon Digital Rebel XT (350D)
- Exposure: f/10.0, 1/200 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): On the wire, Birds on Power Lines [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2006-05-23 17:24