A different stroke


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I always thought of sky as a big blue canvas with clouds as brush strokes and stars as glitter.
(I used a circular polarizer filter with exposure compensation value -0.5 to get the sky deep blue)

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am still fascinated by these fading smokey lines made by mechanical birds. some how they also remind me of childhood when seeing a plane and waving crazily(as if pilots n pessengers can see us) were among the highlights of the day.
exube

M said...

Simply, beautiful.

flying cow said...

just today i took some pictures of navy jets. the shots came nowhere close to being as cool as this one.

kAy said...

you should honestly have ure own stock image website if you dont have one already-
this one was kikass
:)

gulnaz said...

fantastic image!

flick said...

a perfect stroke, indead! :)

Faraz said...

exube: You know what? you just reminded me of what I used to do too :) (my nani told me that the pilots and the passengers can see you)

m, b-v.moi, flick: Thank you :)

kay: Thats very generous of you to suggest such a thing, but I don't think I have reached that level yet. Stock photography requires art-direction which comes from tons of experience and proper training (not to mention that you need props and models too)

~meyum & a half~ said...

and what makes you think you can't do it..you so can.this is worth every bit of it:)

Faraz said...

Maryam: Because I am color blind :)

~meyum & a half~ said...

aha!kahani main twist..
even better i think people who are colour blind are wayy better and have a intense sense of color unlike people who arent.