Abstract photography differs from most other types of photography in that rules such as composition and precise focusing have no meaning. The abstract photographer uses his imaginative creativity to create stunning works of art. Abstract photography is a popular form of art, and the rewards for a skilled abstract photographer are substantial.
Buyers of abstract art pay a high price for high-quality work. Abstract photography is the process of combining colours and patterns to create an image that has no true meaning or a clear subject. Abstract photography will not always mean the same thing to everyone.
Abstract photography leaves more room for the imagination and allows us to focus on texture and colour rather than the entire subject. Abstract macro photography includes some types of macro photography. Flowers and other plant life in close-up will make excellent abstract subjects.As with shooting water, macro abstracts should be cropped tightly and have a colour theme. Some streetlights can also be used to make abstract photographs.
We are surrounded by colour, textures, and patterns everywhere we go. Patterns make excellent backgrounds for abstract images. Nature creates new patterns every day, and this is the best place to start if you want to create marketable abstract photographs. The chapter “Ethereal Imagination” portrays abstract photography.
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