Abstract & Art Photography
Art photography or Abstract photography is the one with no objective and has no specific element in focus. Art photography is more about the experiment and exploration of the various perspectives of anything. Art portraits are not bound to look real but can also use natural elements to display emotions, feelings, and sentiments. Abstract photography is often left to interpretation and can mean different things to different individuals. There are no limits to what you can capture and most artists, critics, and photographers have tried and failed while attempting to define abstract photography. Even the skills and techniques for capturing art is not defined. One can simply use traditional photography techniques or possibly manipulate photographic media. The more you experiment, the more you learn about this stream of photography. Some of the earliest examples of abstract photography appeared in the first decade of the invention of ‘craft’ in the 19th century but since then a lot has changed in this niche. After the invention of computers and new technology in the field of visuals, there are now no limits to the boundaries of abstract photography. Some artists now create purely computer-generated work and it is equally effective.
At Akshit photography, we have an eye for art and its beauty. We work on improving and learning every day and this allows us to experiment and capture beautiful artworks and pieces. Our motive is to make art a part of people’s daily life and we try to give different dimensions to the world of photography. Our vision and goals encourage us to deliver excellent performance in the field of photography being promoters of art. Our team has very interesting insights and ideas to apply to this field and our dedication is implied in the work we have done so far which we wish to be consistent in.
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