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Balance

Sometimes it is hard to find a good abstract at the same place… For sure when you are running to the railway station and have to stop your speedwalking in order take a picture at 6:14 am. /EndOfLamentation Day 527/365

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Toffi

What about stretching the rules a bit today? Of course not abstract, but important in my life. I proudly present you my muse and the rule breaker of the project: Toffi the always hungry black cat! (Day 502/365)

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Troubling

“What to do if you find yourself stuck in a crack in the ground underneath a giant boulder you can’t move, with no hope of rescue. Consider how lucky you are that life has been good to you so far. Read More

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Time

And because sometimes it is time for something a bit different, I did follow @yves_loris advice and tried something “abstract” found at home. Have a good Friday friends and enjoy the sun if you have some. (Day 480/365)

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Winterwonderland

I am still in my bed but I couldn’t resist to look out of the window. And that’s where I found my picture for today. For some unknown reason the world outside has transformed itself to a winter wonderland. 24.01.2019

Abstract365 Project, The Story

Dog

“Creatively Approaching Abstract Photography Step 6 – Colour Colour is probably the strongest visual element to an abstract shot, it draws the viewer in and the colour of a subject will immediately inform the viewer as to what they are Read More

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Remains

“Creatively Approaching Abstract Photography Step 4 – Pattern & Line The first key element to look at is the pattern and lines within your subject. Look carefully at your subject and consider whether there are any reoccurring shapes or themes Read More

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Kiss

Creatively Approaching Abstract Photography “Step 2 – It’s all in the approach So how does one go about taking abstract photographs? The first thing to remember is to keep your eyes open for interesting and engaging subject matter. Whenever I Read More

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Abstracat

“Sculptural Effects Explorations of the formal boundaries of photography have led other contemporary artists to create works with three-dimensional and architectonic effects. Wolfgang Tillmans began making his Paper Drop series (2001-08) by crafting simple sculptural forms in photographic paper, exposing Read More

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Hairy

If you see something hairy, you are right! And if you see a face somewhere in the middle, well I can see it too. And if you wonder what this is, the answer is simple: a blanket. A hairy one! Read More

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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

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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

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Enter

On November 11th 2017 Lou said: ” Ways to Abstract Photography: Abstraction by Isolation, or Elimination: When looking at an object, you may recognize the possibility of an abstract photograph because some sections of it may present strong lines, texture, Read More