Motion Blur Filter For the first technique I am going to start with this rather boring and cluttered image I made in a forest on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Maybe it wouldn’t be so boring if there was anything to show the scale of these enormous trees but it’s pretty hard to get away [...]
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I often think of photography as two different art forms. There is the traditional style that depicts a literal representation of a scene by showing how it actually appears to the person who is present – the style used in photojournalism and travel images. Then there is another style when the photographer tries to convey [...]
Learning to see abstractly is one great way to add interest to your images. One of our forum members Andrew Raimist (see his blog here and flickr account here) submitted the following tutorial and images on the topic. Learn to see abstractly by looking for geometrical forms and compelling compositions despite the “subject matter”. A [...]