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Power of Lines
© Patrick Pedersen

Power of Lines


I rarely convert my pictures to B/W afterwards, in the post process. I usually turn the camera on "Monochrome" before I start shooting.


© Patrick Pedersen
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Nikon D3 Shots

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  • 50 mm
  • 1/3200
  • f f/2.8
  • ISO 200
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