Photographic Super Course: The Art of Seeing Page 5
| Fun with Power Pylons |
To most outdoor photographers, powerlines and their supports are major eyesores. But they can also be fun photo subjects. Here are some examples.
Driving back to Los Angeles from a photo shoot in the desert, I saw these hillside structures and thought they looked like cartoon "monsters" (or "robo-cats," as one friend put it on seeing this photo). I parked, made the shot with a telephoto lens, and added a "dangerous" red tone in Photoshop.
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