Patterns/Abstract

Pattern photography utilises elements that are repeated. The repetition of lines, shapes, tones or colour can create interesting images. Some photographers use the pattern as the main subject of an image while others use it to enhance the overall composition and look of the photograph. I just like to see the forms that repeating or random patterns make and capture them.

Abstract photography is a very wide field of image capturing. Any subject can become abstract depending on the way it’s photographed. It takes creative imagination and concept to be able to capture subjects in an abstract way. You are only limited by your vision and ideas. Changing your usual perspective of the subject helps to create abstract images. Shooting from up-down could allow you to focus on its shape and form. This changes the subjects’ meaning and purpose.


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Thank you for looking.

Paul

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