abstract photography

Abstract Photography Ideas

If you’ve been following my blog, you’ve probably noticed that I spent a lot time talking about photography rules, what to do and what not to do when taking pictures. Sometimes breaking these rules and letting your creativity run wild really pays off.

There is no clear definition of abstract photography so I am not going to waste your time with too many words. I’d rather share a few examples to give you some abstract photography ideas. I encourage you to look for colors, patterns, lines, curves, etc. Approach the subject from different angles, get closer, look up, look down, whatever it takes. Keep in mind that abstract photography doesn’t always represent a subject in a literal way. It relies on the photographer’s eye and emotions.

Here are some examples to help you get started with your abstract photography. Enjoy.

Yellowstone, abstract photography

 

Grand Canyon Building Interior, abstract photography

 

Lamp from the top, abstract photography

 

wood texture, abstract photography

 

red and yellow candles, abstract photography

 

Metal Lobster traps, abstract photography

 

Chairs under colored lights, abstract photography

 

yellow flowers, abstract photography

 

Utah national parks, abstract photography


 

mozaic, abstract photography

 

Eye of London, abstract photography

 

Random people, abstract photography

 

Staircase, abstract photography

 

Dressed up trees, abstract photography

 

Tree trunk details, abstract photography

 

 

For more photography tips and ideas, check out my latest photography book, Picture (Im)perfect Photographynow available at Amazon.

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