I do a lot of experimental work with my photography. I like to create abstract images and sometimes manipulate them in photoshop to make them truly abstract and unique. Many photographers cringe at the thought of manipulating images but I have no qualms about it. I see it as painting or any other form of art. And, I must say, some look pretty awesome on my walls. So, for today’s challenge I have created a couple of experimental images.
Beautiful, unique work.
Thanks for sharing.
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Wow those photos leave you wondering and appreciating art at the same time..nice job!
They’re awesome Angela. Editing is not always a bad thing. When the results look like this, I’m all for it.
Thanks so much! 😊
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Lovely ans so uniqe !!
Many thanks, Anita!
It is always good to experiment with your art. Very imaginative, Angela 🙂
Thanks, Pete! I’m glad you enjoyed them!
I would say one looks like a flame and the other like a drop of oil, but they look good just as compositions in shapes and colors as well. Nice works!
Thanks very much, YK! Your guesses are not correct, but that’s the beauty of abstracts: they make the mind wonder. Cheers!
Nice – I like that those are wrong. 😉
I agree about processing – there is nothing bad about doing it, and there is so much to learn doing it, so many things you can do, as you show here – these are beautiful.
Thanks! I’m happy to hear that! 😊
I like how you say you “paint” your photographs. I use the same kind of thinking with my work. I thought I might be the only one.