Lines & Repetition (abstract)

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  1. djengizz

    djengizz TPF Noob!

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    Some venetian blinds, low shutter speeds, lots of camera twisting and a black & white conversion.

    #1[​IMG]#2[​IMG]

    #3[​IMG]#4[​IMG]

    #5[​IMG]#6[​IMG]
     
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    Cool series. My fav is #3. These would look good in a collage frame with like 4 of them side by side or in a square pattern.
     
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    Clever! I love the sense of vibration in these, especially in #6.
     
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    Cool idea. These are awesome abstracts, I would have had no idea what they were...
     
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    u shudda put one of these in for the feb 06 challenge..Great shots!
     
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    nice idea...my fav is number 6!!
     
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    Thanks for all the comments!
    @Chaplin: I did just that, good tip! (i missed the monthly contest theme completely).
    I submitted a more colorful version from this series.
     

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