Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Abstract Photo - 5/14/14 "Neutral Textures"

NF Photo has an weekly photo prompt for abstract photos.
"Neutral Textures"
In this case, I snapped the photo accidentally and

moved at the same time, so it was blurred as well.
I blurred this one even more, adjusted the colors, added
the perception of depth and texture, then rotated it.
My intention was to make it look more like a painting than a photo.

Many of the photos I take that turn out to be "abstract" were mistakes.  Perhaps I snapped a photo when I wasn't intending to or I ended up with a photo so blurred that one can't determine what the image was supposed to be.  As an artist, I save those that look interesting and that I think I might be able to use.

Now I've found the perfect reason to post them.
This is the original photo which I mistakenly took in my
home office/art studio. The darkest slanted shape is a doorway.
Almost everything else (except the walls and ceiling)
consists of art projects and supplies.
Like many artists, I'm organizationally impaired.

6 comments:

Ritva said...

Lovely soft tones:-) Mine is at:
http://artbyritva.wordpress.com/2014/05/14/nf-abstract-no-name-11/

Lmkazmierczak said...

Love when an error can be turned into a beautiful art piece. ..nice results! http://lauriekazmierczak.com/life-in-a-slow-lane/

NatureFootstep said...

thanks for joining :)

I think your work is very pleasing. I love the color and softness you created.
I too save a lot of "accidents" as I can see I will find use for them sometime and I mostly do. Sooner or later. It is fun. :)

Andrea Priebe said...

I am flying out the door, but wanted to come over and see your abstract. This is awesome ... so suggestive in many different ways. I will come back and look more when I have time. Sorry my pictures didn't come up ... not sure what happened. It does do that to me as well on occasion and I reboot my computer which seems to help. Thanks for stopping by ...

Andrea @ From The Sol.

Prairie Jill said...

Great abstract! And it's nice to know I'm not the only one who creates my abstract by this "technique"!

Leovi said...

Very good, I like this creative composition! Wonderful range of tones!