Presentation on theme: "Abstract Photography. Abstract photography is unlike most other types of photography - rules, such as composition and accurate focusing hold no values."— Presentation transcript:
Abstract photography is unlike most other types of photography - rules, such as composition and accurate focusing hold no values. The abstract photographer uses his (or her) creative imagination to create stunning works of art.
Abstract photography is a process of using colors and patterns combined to create an image, with no true meaning or no clear subject involved.
Abstract photography is not necessarily going to mean the same thing to everyone. Abstract photography leaves more to the imagination and helps us concentrate on texture and color rather than the whole subject.
Creating an abstract image can be easy - creating a great abstract image is difficult. One of the most simple ways of creating an abstract image is by using water and your cameras' shutter combined.
Shooting fast flowing water, with a slow shutter speed of one second will give you a blur effect. This is quite simple to do, but will it look attractive?
Every where we go we are surrounded with color, textures and patterns. Patterns make for great abstract images. New patterns are formed by nature every day and this is the best place to start to create marketable abstract photographs.