iPhone Photography – Abstract

iPhone Photography - Abstract

We know that energy can not be created nor destroyed but can be changed in it’s form. If it can not be formed then it can not exist. We may not exist. ~ Mohammed Ali

The above are the screen shot of thumbnails of abstract images I took using iPhone just now. I pointed the iPhone to some light sources outside of my apartment and started shooting by moving the iPhone in a circular motion. Shutter speed was set to 1 sec using the 645Pro app. Just having some fun before I go to bed after spending hours working from home today.

Hope you all had a great weekend.

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Abstract Photography – the Bamboo

You can use your camera to create abstract photography images by moving the camera during the exposure time. I shot the above image by moving the camera vertically down. To be able to do this, you need to use a very slow shutter speed. The lighting was bright enough this morning, hence I had to lower down the ISO to 50 and to set the aperture to f/16 so I could get a shutter speed of 1 sec. I rested the camera on a dustbin to avoid unwanted hands movement.MORE +

The Silhouette

I like shooting bokeh (the out of focus area of photographic image). I shot the above using the Panasonic GF1 and Minolta MD Rokkor f/1.7 lens. I bought the lens from eBay for US$ 40. The lens was probably manufactured in the early 1980s, based on my quick search on the internet.MORE +

Abstract Bubble Photography

Abstract bubble photography.

I spent couple of hours at home this afternoon to shoot these in my living room with the lighting coming only from the window. Enjoy and do let me know what you think. I will spend some time doing more abstract photography in the coming weeks while I am working on my next travel plan.

I could have cleaned up those tiny bubbles in Photoshop to make the image cleaner, but then I thought to just present them here as they are first. Maybe next time I cleaned them up. See more bubbles below. MORE +