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TheStrip

This is work inspired by a photographer I whose work I have recently become aware of, namely James Fee.

I urge you to check out some of his body of work here

You will notice the camera type in the EXIF....hehe....

TheStrip

This is work inspired by a photographer I whose work I have recently become aware of, namely James Fee.

I urge you to check out some of his body of work here

You will notice the camera type in the EXIF....hehe....

comments (4)

  • Urv
  • California
  • 12 Mar 2007, 03:50
I have a very similarly composed shot of an airport runway and thus I assume that is what this is. Would that be a correct assumption? I like the shot however the sky's grainy feel seems a little overdone and distracting especially since the lines lead towards the sky.
I wish you hadnt drawn my attention to James Fee. I was familiar with his work but didnt know who he was - if you know what i mean? Anyway i couldnt help being conscious of his stuff whilst thinking about this picture unfortunately. Anyway - taken in isolation (excuse the pun) this is a great picture. I dont know why i like it but sometimes just liking something without trying to intellectualise it is enough isnt it?

Interesting subject matter and intriguing PP treatment just adds up to a lovely picture.
Maybe another one for the 'potential album cover' file but certainly going on my 'mental mood board'.
As far as what Urv has to say - I think the sky has just broken up because of compression hasnt it and i'm sure the original is smooth as a baby's bottom?
  • mal
  • 12 Mar 2007, 16:30
I'm a fan to Andrew. this is very much to my liking. mal
LOVING THIS!!!....very cool, very artistic....

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