Photography Blog from ON.ca.

Ice Melt Monochrome Abstracts

Ice Melt Abstract BW1

Ice Melt Abstract BW 2

 

Ice Melt Abstract BW 3

Ice Melt Abstract BW 3m

Ice Melt Abstract BW 4

 

This post has grown out of a series of posts on my Implied Spaces blog. One of things that intrigues me in photographing outdoor environments is naturally formed abstract patterns – found organic/natural abstracts. I explored the process of photographing and manipulating those images in three posts ( click links below to visit ).

Ice Melt: From Organic Abstract

The Fold: Uncertain Scenes

Abstract Perspective: Ice

 

 

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8 responses

  1. amazing

    March 15, 2015 at 9:33 pm

    • elmediat

      Many thanks . These are all close-up shots of the melting ice on our driveway. The last one is the remains of a frozen boot print on the walkway. I have been recording short video close-ups of the run off and plan on creating a ice melt video – abstract in motion.

      March 15, 2015 at 9:44 pm

      • WOW

        March 15, 2015 at 9:46 pm

  2. Pingback: Ice Melt: From Organic Abstract 2 | Implied Spaces

  3. ~meredith

    I learn so much about process, and discussion through you. Good reads, good studies… I really enjoy your work. ~m

    March 18, 2015 at 10:31 am

    • elmediat

      Many thanks Meredith. My old teacher reflex-habits can not resist informing & sharing. 😀

      March 18, 2015 at 11:01 am

      • ~meredith

        i love it. i had studio classes… and loved them… and didn’t get it, at the same time. Reading your blog and studying your ideas is like the ‘i really love studio!’ experience of creation and comparison with others that was too new to me to understand, previously.

        I think your gift as a teacher generously makes new universes for creative artists who would not otherwise have access to exploring and developing concepts through experimentation and discussion.

        March 18, 2015 at 11:13 am

      • elmediat

        For an old retired teacher that is wonderful to hear. Teaching is a kind of an addiction. It is one of those jobs that you breath, drink and eat. I have known teachers who kept teaching until the dropped and others who have to find a new outlet when they retire.

        March 18, 2015 at 11:38 am

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