Was going through some old photographs and found this one of the Golden Gate Bridge taken quite a while ago when I first got into photography. At that time, I was taking an abstract photography class. It is always fun and motivating to try something outside of your comfort level!
f/32; 1/15 sec.; ISO-100; 42mm
This photo was taken in San Francisco down by the pier. The reflections in the water were perfect that day to try some camera movement shots.
f/5.6; 1/100 sec; ISO-800; 60mm
The Chicago Botanic Gardens offered an abstract photography class so I decided to enroll. Discovered that the best take away from this class was it pushed me to think outside the “box”. The above photo is a flower placed on a tree trunk mushroom ledge. With a little camera movement when the shot was taken, this was the result.
“You use a mirror to see your face; you use works of art to see your soul”, George Bernard Shaw.
The Chicago Botanic Gardens offered an abstract photography class. I didn’t take the class because I am particularly fond of abstract photography, I enrolled because I had heard that the class material challenged students to look at the subject matter from a different perspective and creatively shoot.
The photograph above of two placed daisies was shot on a piece of mylar film.
f/7.1; 1/80; ISO 800.
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