Ever since I remember, photography has been the most accessible and impressive way of capturing beauty but many artists consider it as the refuge of an artist with very less talent. Despite photography’s wide acceptance as a fine art medium, there are still issues that some photographers face. People believe that the work produced by painters and graphic designers, have less possibility of being identical but photography is held to similar limitations.
However, I disagree. I would like to share a post with you, which clearly speaks for the creativity and art behind the brilliant photography.
Digital technology has radically changed photography. Now we get to see masterpieces of photography and photographers practicing new techniques to make their work memorable. I take the opportunity to brief you people about different types of photography techniques used now.
- Abstract Photography:
- Black and White Photography:
- Nature Photography:
Abstract photography is a popular form of art where the photographer uses his creative imagination to create stunning work of arts. Abstract photograph does not mean the same to everyone. Abstract photography leaves more to the imagination and helps us concentrate on texture and color rather than the whole subject.
In today’s digital technology, black and white photography is still regarded as favorite with many photographers. In most situations, black and white photography has the tendency to make photos look more like works of art.
Photographs of wildlife, flowers, birds, reptiles, snowfall, landscapes, sunsets and other sceneries are often used as stock photographs. Nature photography is always in great demand among publishers, graphic and web designers for web design and publishing their websites, books and greeting cards. These are just few types of photography I have discussed, we all know photography has more to offer.