Bending the lines - 2




Ganesh H Shankar
Bending the lines - 2
Often curves may appear more aesthetic than lines. May be because there is a change at each point and we need change!! If you bend the "sheets of flights" in this image below (please click on the link below) into an 'S' shape

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then you get this "curves"! When I made this above "lines" image a week ago I thought artistically bending them would be interesting. Of course parakeets continued to fly straight like an arrow. Though I have worked on a theory on how to bend them I must admit that I am still struggling a lot to get finer control of my brush (camera) and canvas (sensor). The challenge is I have less than a second to "paint" them on the sensor the way I want it to be when these arrows (parakeets) fly across in a split second.

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Commentby Prashanth Sampagar on Sat Apr 18, 2020 8:11 pm

This is a fantastic work, Ganesh! I like this one more than the previous one becuase of the space around the parakeets. Also the grains in this image is more appealing to me, the other image looks bit soft to me.


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Commentby Madhav Jois on Sun Apr 19, 2020 3:37 pm

Superb image Ganesh. Liked this one better than the others. There is remarkable resemblance to fighter jets display in air shows.

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Commentby Ganesh H Shankar on Sun Apr 19, 2020 5:29 pm

Madhav, the difference however is fighter jets bend due to manoeuvre done by jets/pilots, here by a photographer (not by the subject themselves) :)

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