Tag Archives: Abstract

How to Shoot Abstract Flower Photography using Close-Up Filters

The post How to Shoot Abstract Flower Photography using Close-Up Filters appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Charlie Moss. Shooting flowers is a passion for many photographers. Time spent out in the garden with your camera … Continue reading

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Get Moving – Four Ways to Create Abstract Light Trail Photography

The post Get Moving – Four Ways to Create Abstract Light Trail Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Megan Kennedy. Light trail photography is a unique facet of photography. By combining slow shutter speeds with … Continue reading

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How to do Abstract Watercolor Photography

The post How to do Abstract Watercolor Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Rick Ohnsman. Less about what it is, more about how it makes you feel is this “watercolors” shot, “Visual Jazz.” © Rick … Continue reading

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How to Make Interesting Abstract Smoke Photos

The post How to Make Interesting Abstract Smoke Photos appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Rick Ohnsman. How would you like to learn a little “photo magic?” A magician not wanting to reveal his secrets might … Continue reading

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Weekly Photography Challenge – Abstract

The post Weekly Photography Challenge – Abstract appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Caz Nowaczyk. This week’s photography challenge topic is ABSTRACT! © Megan Kennedy Your photos can include anything includes anything that is abstract. It can … Continue reading

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How to create striking abstract architectural photography

How To Hasselblad Master, Swee Oh, shares tips to make the most out of your next shoot. Say goodbye to boring building photos. Popular Photography

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A Beginner’s Guide to Abstract Flower Photography

Abstract flower photography can stop you in your tracks. But unfortunately, when it comes to abstract flower photography, you probably don’t know where to start. What equipment do you need? What techniques do you use? The world of abstract flower photography … Continue reading

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How to Find Opportunities for Abstract Photography Anywhere

Abstract photography, otherwise known as non-objective, conceptual, or experimental photography, is a tricky subject. According to Wikipedia, abstract photography is “a means of depicting a visual image that does not have an immediate association with the object world and has … Continue reading

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How to Create Abstract Photos with Colored Paper

Developed in China, paper as we know it has been around for at least 2000 years. Originally made by pressing the wet fibers of plant-derived cellulose together and dried in sheets, paper’s ability to be mass produced resulted in the … Continue reading

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How to Make Use of Foggy Surfaces for Abstract Photography

When I mention that one of my favorite subjects to photograph is foggy surfaces, I get a few weird looks. To the uninitiated, the subject is an unusual one and most likely a boring one too. Photographers in-the-know furrow their … Continue reading

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How to do Abstract Nature Photography

Photography, especially nature photography, is the art of capturing a scene to represent a slice – in space and time – of reality. Right? Well, not exactly, not always. That’s definitely part of it, but from very early on in … Continue reading

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How to Make Abstract Glitch Art Photographs

Have you ever watched a television system receiving a corrupted signal – misplaced squares, static, jagged frames, freezing, misplaced or inverted colors – and thought “hey, that actually looks pretty neat?” Being eager to get your favorite show going again, … Continue reading

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