Shooting Abstracts Part Two

Part 2 of the Abstracts series – the first was by the sea, and these are, well elsewhere!

This was a strangely repaired window with an odd stained glass pane – without it though I wouldn’t have taken the shot…


I’m not sure if any of you ‘suffer’ from this but some days I just see abstracts to take. I could walk past this 9 days out of 10 and not see it….


A few more on the ‘vegetation’ theme – this was just from testing a new lens on a Canon 60D, post processed in DXO Filmpack.


This one using a Lensbaby and heavily processed. Lots of ‘copy space’….


What was going on this ‘abstract day’ is anyone’s guess…. It’s been accepted by the agency but I’m still not sure if I like it.


Back to worn stuff – ropes and a fisherman’s storage box something a little more traditional.


Next is a bilge of a boat with some worn paint. This was taken on a Helios 85mm f2 on an Olympus 620 and the soft muted colours seem to go well together.


Finally some barbed wire viewed through a bunker observation slit in Jersey. APX100 film toned. Yet more ‘copy space’!

abstract barbed

As always these shots are taken for the book cover market, and all comments, critiques and questions are welcome.

Thanks for looking – hope you like them and they give you some creative ideas for your photography.


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