Abstract Photography

Abstract photography, also known as conceptual, concrete, or experimental photography, is a genre that is difficult to define. Abstract photographs often use color, light, shadow, texture, shape, or form to imbue a feeling, sensation, or impression — without actually providing a representational image of the object or scene that’s being photographed. Shots that typically fit into this genre of photography are not immediately associated with a familiar object in the viewer’s eye because they are created by isolating a particular object or natural scene in a way that removes contextual details from the image, either through framing the shot in a creative way or through image editing afterward. You won’t find an immediate association with abstract or conceptual photography images. This type of photography stand out from the object world.


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September 11, 2020