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Abstracts can be used to describe anything that cannot be seen. They are often used to describe things that are difficult to see.Abstract art is a type of visual art in which pictures or patterns are created via the use of forms, colours, lines, and textures. Numerous artists utilise it to convey their thoughts and emotions. According to some, it is the most personal kind of art. Abstract photography, also known as conceptual photography, is a method of displaying a visual image that bears no obvious resemblance to the object world. It was created to assist users.

MELLOW : Soft and warm in colour

Abstract photography blends the extraordinary and unusual of concepts, mediums, and photographic techniques as it moves away from the objective image of reality. The first approaches to abstract photography appeared in the 19th century as technical experiments aimed at capturing the unseen world.

DAPPLED : Covered with or forming areas of lighter and darker colour or light and  shadow

It has also been referred to as non-objective or concrete art, and it, like abstract art, exists on a sliding scale ranging from broadly representational work with abstract elements to wholly non-representational images. It can also involve a wide range of photographic materials, processes, and equipment, and it is not always created with a camera. It may instead involve the manipulation of photosensitive materials such as paper and cloth in many cases.

MULTICOLOURED : Consisting of a variety of colours

It may be purposefully arranged in order to generate an illusion of unreality from genuine items. Additionally, shading, light, shadow, texture, shape, and form may be used to communicate a sense, experience, or impression. Abstract photography is frequently regarded as aesthetic as well as scientific. Some photographers even claim to be pioneers of a new photographic genre.

GYRE : You are just the multiverse through motion

Abstractions take many shapes; here are some examples of abstracts I’ve taken using bubbles, oil, and other things.


All the photos and text in this post are copyright of Avinash P V,kasaragod, KeralaCreative Hut Institute of Photography. Their reproduction, full or part, is forbidden without the explicit approval of the rightful owners.

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