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Through abstract photography, even the most mundane objects can be artistically represented in fresh, exciting ways. Via an array of photographic tools and techniques such as extreme close-up, specialty lenses, filters, simple cropping, and lighting, a photographer can translate figurative subject matter into beautiful abstract forms.











Abstract photography emerged during a shift from figurative subjects in other fields of art in the early 1900s. Modernist artistic movements sought to create optical art that did not refer to objects in the real world, and this desire carried over into photography.

Photographers rendered figurative objects unrecognizable by taking a new approach to the medium, cropping and manipulating their compositions. Today, photographers are interested in creating abstract compositions, aided by refined camera technology and software programs.








The Subjektive Fotografie collective, founded by Otto Steinert in the 1950s, created abstract art photography using techniques like close-ups, solarization, and negative printing. They also experimented with different time exposure settings and played with perspective.

The Surrealist photographers were also known for using similar manipulation tactics in their abstract body photography. Double exposure, solarization, combination printing, montage, rotations, and other forms of distortions were employed by the Surrealists to render their photographs of female nudes uncanny and dreamlike.

Contemporary abstract photographers are able to experiment with different lenses and focus settings as well as use macro technology to zoom in closely on even the tiniest of subjects. Photographers also usually play with light, shadow, texture, and the lines and curves of their subjects to create dense, abstract compositions.





































































Emotion vs Emotion

Emotion vs Emotion






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The Continuation Of Dreams

The Continuation Of Dreams




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Intensity Of Love

Intensity Of Love





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The Meditative Emotion

The Meditative Emotion











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Concept And Sadness

Concept And Sadness




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Momentary Impression of Undefined Abstraction





Momentary Impression of Undefined Abstraction





Momentary Impression of Undefined Abstraction






Intimate Still Life with Incidental Intensity

Intimate Still Life with Incidental Intensity









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Pathological Space

Pathological Space





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Theme from Aesthetic Fire

Theme from Aesthetic Fire









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Metaphysical Cut of Life

Metaphysical Cut of Life







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Goddess

Goddess












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Lonely Angel of God

Lonely Angel of God




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My Unique Rendevouz

My Unique Rendevouz



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Momentary Impression of Undefined Abstraction





Momentary Impression of Undefined Abstraction





Momentary Impression of Undefined Abstraction





Momentary Impression of Undefined Abstraction





Momentary Impression of Undefined Abstraction






Effective Form Constructed

Effective Form Constructed







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Tender Design - Composition

Tender Design - Composition




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Perceptive Creation

Perceptive Creation




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Red & Black Formation

Red & Black Formation





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Sketch of Aesthetic Dimensionality

Sketch of Aesthetic Dimensionality





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Unique Formation

Unique Formation






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Expression and Creation

Expression and Creation





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Momentary Impression of Undefined Abstraction







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