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Kiosk

Came across that newspaper kiosk today on my way to the bus. And even if it was really so fucking cold outside that your fingers freeze in seconds and even if it did make me miss the first bus, I Read More

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Housing

It’s cold and rainy and snowy outside… I mean honestly… One of these days where you prefer to stay inside with a cup of hot chocolate and a good book. And so I declare January 13th the my official project Read More

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Yesterday

When I took this picture yesterday I didn’t expect it to be waywiser for my day. But actually it was. And because the stress being high I wasn’t able to come online to post it in time, I post it Read More

Abstract365 Project, The Story

Adhere

“Creatively Approaching Abstract Photography Step 9 – You’re an artist! As I mentioned previously, abstract photograph is quite different to most other types of photography in that it’s centred on the artistic expression of the photographer, which is worth bearing Read More

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Flashback

“Trauma destroys the fabric of time. In normal time you move from one moment to the next, sunrise to sunset, birth to death. After trauma, you may move in circles, find yourself being sucked backwards into an eddy or bouncing Read More

Abstract365 Project, The Story

Mystery

“Creatively Approaching Abstract Photography Step 7 – Working with architecture Architecture makes for extremely interesting abstract subject matter, especially commercial buildings and modern structures designed for public use, as they often have distinctive shape, form and lines which are very Read More

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

Abstract365 Project, The Story

Questions over Questions

The form or shape of a subject will play a crucial role in how you approach your subject. Assess the form carefully and think about which aspects of the subject you want to exploit, for example, is it very straight and formulaic, does it lots of curves and imply movement or is it a natural object whose form will change over time? Decide whether you want the form of the subject as a whole to be within the image or whether you want to focus in on one particular area of interest. Also think about whether there are any recognisable shapes that you can work with, be it circles, triangles or hexagons, use them to your advantage!”