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Assignment 18 Recap

As I stated when I announced this assignment, everyone has their own idea or ideas as to what makes up an abstract photograph.  Some of you took to this like a duck to water.  Others, like me, had no clue … Continue reading

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Here are my photos for the Assignment 18: Abstract Photography.  Over the last couple of weeks I have tried to show you various ways to see and photograph abstractions.  Let’s see how I went about it. Being more at ease … Continue reading

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Abstracts in Motion

Motion photography is often referred to as a kind of abstract imagery.  Long exposures can transform something familiar into something else. A favorite place I like to play with long exposures is on the New York State Fair Midway with … Continue reading

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Natural Abstracts

Nature is full of abstract photo opportunities if you open your mind to them.  Using my definition for abstract photography in introducing this month’s assignment, I went looking through my photos for those with form, color, and curves rather than … Continue reading


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Assignment 18: Abstract Photography

This month’s assignment is going to be a lot of fun.  Abstract Photography, I am guessing, means something different to each of us. Being me, I needed a definition to wrap my creative mind around and found one (see the … Continue reading

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