Much time is spent trying to get the ‘right’ exposure at every snap of the shutter. On the contrary, intentionally over-exposing a scene might produce some interesting results.
Aesthetically speaking, over-exposing creates a ‘washed-out’ look, which subtly washes away fine details and textures, and creates for a slightly more abstract look and feel.
The same image can be converted to monochrome to accentuate the thicker outlines.
Just a thought for the day.