There are a couple of ways to proceed, but one thing to remember is that there is no absolute correct way to create an abstract paintings, you have to find what works best for you. Some people like to have an object in mind and then abstract it by imagining the object as a blur and then painting the shapes and colors that stand out. Other people like to listen to music that reflect their feelings and then let the beat, tempo and rhythm dictate the speed that they paint, the colors that they use, and how they apply it to the canvas. With an abstract painting, you can also vary how you apply the paint to the canvas. You don’t have to just brush it on. You can do what is known as “action painting”, this is when the paint is spontaneously applied to canvas using such methods as dribbling, splashing, and smearing. You can also use other items besides just a paint brush to apply the paint.
There are about as many varieties of art photography as there are photographers. Although you could probably argue that your beach vacation snapshots could be called art, you won’t find a gallery to hang them. But if you did something extremely different and interesting with your beach photograph, such as go to a beach entirely made up of different colored beach balls rather than a real beach, then that might qualify as art photography. Let’s look at some of the varieties seen in galleries today.
The earliest controversies about the relationship between photography and art centered on whether photograph’s fidelity to appearances and dependence on a machine allowed it to be a fine art as distinct torn merely a practical art. Throughout the nineteenth century, the defense of photography was identical with the struggle to establish it as a fine art. Against the charge that photography was a soulless, mechanical copying of reality; photographers asserted that it was instead a privileged way of seeing, a revolt against commonplace vision, and no less worthy an art than painting.
Photography is one of the budding fields. This field which was not popular until the early 1900s has today become one of the most sought after fields. The camera, a photographer and photography have aided many sectors of business and industry, advertising for example. Photography is a tool indispensably used by the creative field. This field is gaining a lot of popularity in the market and the demand for professional photographers is increasing at an alarming rate. This field is for those who are creative and imaginative. Many people treated photography as a hobby and later developed in to a profession. There are many types and sub fields in this profession and one of them is headshots photography.
Panning is a great technique to use if you want to create special effects in traditional photography fashion. You can make interesting images in the camera, without digital manipulation or photoshop filters. Like previous articles on creative lighting, you will be using similar techniques and settings on your digital SLR. For starters, panning is created when you follow a moving subject with your camera, photographing with a slow shutter speed. Here’s a few tips to get you started.
This winter has been extremely beautiful in Lithuania. It was an early morning and minus 25 degrees Celsius outside. This landscape feels out of this world, but in fact it’s in the outskirts of my home city, Kaunas—just a mile away from my house. Oftentimes beauty lies just a step away from our door. But we tend to ignore it. Too often we opt to chase beauty in distant exotic locations, missing all that’s around us and ignoring the adverse effects of long-haul flights.