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Smoke Art I/VI : The dance

Posted by
Shuva Brata Deb (Bangalore, India) on 23 April 2007 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

We see smoke everyday from cigarettes, fire, blown out candles, etc. The thing that we normally dont notice are the finer details of the unique and exquisite patterns that each smoke produce. These patterns are left to the viewer's interpretation.

This whole week I will post smoke pictures from insense sticks. There are hardly any post processing, except for a little sharpening, a little increase in the shadows to make the bg completely black and a slight crank of the saturation. The most important post processing however was rotation of the canvas(by 90/180/270 degrees) and cropping. Hope you will like them.

Canon EOS REBEL XT 1/50 second F/5.0 ISO 200 38 mm

Sujit from Hyderabad, India

A great start to the series. This is going to be interesting.

23 Apr 2007 5:49am

Soodabeh from Yazd, Iran

Great! I imagine these as tow mushrooms!!!

23 Apr 2007 6:40am

Saru Malhotra from Hyderabad, India

Quite Innovative! and the picture has come out perfectly!

23 Apr 2007 10:17am

Lock from United Kingdom

interesting shapes in this one.

23 Apr 2007 11:26am

Alfredo J. Martiz J. from Tokyo, Japan

Beautiful work Shuva, I am looking forward to this series!

23 Apr 2007 1:16pm

Veena Shivanna from Bengalooru, India

Amazing design!!

23 Apr 2007 5:32pm

jackgirl from dreamland, Brazil

wow..very well doen

24 Apr 2007 2:50am

Helen from Melbourne, Australia

Superb!

24 Apr 2007 9:49am

Jason Kravitz from Brussels, Belgium

I think this it the best one - it looks like mushrooms - you could probably market this photo as a poster to hippies

30 Apr 2007 2:50pm