A couple of weekends ago we went camping and had a campfire which meant I got to play with fire . . . I mean take photographs of fire. Using a slower shutter speed gave me the opportunity to create some fun abstract designs from the flames, and I later changed the colors during editing. These three blue photographs are just some of the Abstract Flame series I did, and I’ll share more later.
I’m fascinated by tiny things, so my love of macro photography comes naturally. Maybe it’s because my eye sight is so bad, but I just love to see the little details that I can capture with the camera. This photograph shows a few water drops reflecting colors on a red Gerbera daisy petal.
As an artist that primarily works in a semi-realistic style, abstract art is not typically something I do. However, every now and then I’ll take an abstract photograph that really catches my eye. This is one that I liked.