Photographic Super Course: The Art of Seeing Page 7
| Abstracts |
Abstract images aren't pictures of objects; they're pictures of shapes, textures, lines and the like. They're generally produced by moving in close to an everyday object to include only a small part of it in the photo, by zeroing in on a small part of a distant subject with a long lens, by deliberately throwing the subject out of focus, or by shooting a subject's reflection rather than (or along with) the subject itself.
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