I have long been involved in making abstract photography. This has come about by both experimenting in photography as well as discovering the work of many photographers. And it has also happened through making ‘mistakes.’
Often when I mention the idea of abstract street photography, people find the concept difficult to grasp until I show them some examples that don’t require fancy equipment or difficult techniques.
The pleasant surprise is that when they try it out they realize that not only are they able to shoot abstract street, but that it’s fun and they like the results. So this issue is about the concept of abstract photography.
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