Landscape photographers usually try to capture a scene that has a few recognisable elements. Foreground objects, middle distance and background are familiar component parts of a nice landscape photograph. These parts work together so that the viewer can gain an appreciation of the location or message that is being communicated.
But sometimes it is nice to move out of the whole scene and focus on part of the landscape. Abstract photography is all about isolating a fragment of a natural scene in order to remove its context.
Form, shapes, tone, grain, noise and contrast are the things that an abstract photographer is looking for.
This short online course is delivered over two hours. We will discuss the benefits of ‘isolation and fragmentation’ in landscape photography.
Delegates have an opportunity to have a one-to-one online follow-up session to discuss some of their abstract landscape photographs.
For more details about this short course, please get in contact.