90+ Abstract Photography Collections

 Abstract photography is a process of using colours and patterns combined to create an image, with no true meaning or no clear subject involved. Abstract photography is not necessarily going to mean the same thing to everyone. Abstract photography leaves more to the imagination and helps us concentrate on texture and colour rather than the whole subject.

If you are looking to try a new form of photography, abstract photography will certainly be an enjoyable challenge and very rewarding if you master the true art.

Here are some great examples of abstract photography collections  to inspire you to go out and create your next work of art. Enjoy.

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  1. grant says:

    Great collection of abstract photos. It reminds me of some of the early projects we attempted when I was at art college. They look fairly easy to capture but when you are asked to go out and shoot them it is very hard to find the images that look simple and striking.