Abstract365 Project, The Story

Hidden

“Alvin Langdon Coburn’s Vortographs (1916) The first artist to make intentionally abstract photographs was Alvin Langdon Coburn. At the beginning of his career Coburn was associated the Photo-Secession movement – which sought to present photography as a legitimate medium for Read More

Abstract365 Project, The Story

Tristesse

And because on December 12th 2017 I found an interesting ‘definition’ I started to read again, instead of writing my own. “Definition of Abstract Photography Abstract photography is an ambiguous term, without a commonly accepted definition. Like abstract art, it Read More

Abstract365 Project, The Story

Forgotten

“A simple way to understand the difference between concrete and abstract thought is to imagine saying to a child, “Good job! Want a treat?” The child would likely respond positively because it has learned that “good” and “treat” are positive Read More

Abstract365 Project, The Story

Steps

On December 5th 2017 I was busy. While I was travelling I went on with my reading: ” Techniques and Tips for Abstract Photography: Although Abstract photography is the “no rules” photography, there are some techniques that will help you Read More

Abstract365 Project, The Story

Jukebox

On November 30th 2017 my read reached the end: Contemporary Photographers of the Abstract: Because of abstract photography’s numerous and versatile approaches, many artists from all fields of the arts can say they’ve produced some excellent examples of it. Over Read More

Abstract365 Project, The Story

Unlock

On November 27th 2017 my project was still running as stand-alone processs. What is Abstract Photography ? When a medium as realistic as photography manages to break away from being life’s sheer representative, we’re bound to get some interesting results. Read More

Abstract365 Project, The Story

Art Project

In the morning of November 21th 2017 Lou had been busy. He added: “Abstract Photography Resigns Reality: Photography was born as a reliable way to capture reality. After its appearance, realistic painting seemed almost pointless and proceeded to explode into Read More

Abstract365 Project, The Story

Unicorn

On November 16th 2017 Lou was probably busy. So I strolled around Facebook and did subscribe to a new group I had discoverd called “Abstraction through the lens”. In the group “Abstract Photography” I found a debate. The management had Read More

Abstract365 Project, The Story

Unfinished

On November 13th 2017 Lou wrote: “Final Thoughts: Recognizability of the object has little to do with abstract photography. The fundamental distinction for me is whether the photographer is presenting the object or another graphical structure to me. Look at Read More