Expressionism and Abstraction November 2019

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Water Glass. An interesting composition created with multiple exposures and utilizing the way the overhead light reflects off the edge of the glass and the water. Interconnecting Roof Edges. The edge of a roof at UBC is replicated twice to form this study of shape and tone. Multi Dimensions in Concrete. At the UBC campus is a concrete platform set into a …

Expressionism and Abstraction October 2019

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Pierced Industrial Screen. I headed off to New Westminster in early October and I was very pleased to see an interesting building facade on a new parkade! With multiple exposures and a slight sideways shift for each exposure, the result is very compelling both in form, tone, and texture. Coloured and Illuminated Columns. This composition resulted from experimenting with a …

Expressionism and Abstraction September 2019

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As I started off this month looking for expressionism and abstract compositions, I will share that I had a nagging concern on how many more unique compositions I could find. This style of photograph is so new to me that I do sometimes wonder “how many more unique swirls and panning shots are there?”. I guess that is an unanswerable …

Expressionism and Abstraction August 2019

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Q Treble. The rotating “Q” sign at the Lonsdale Quay Market. With careful use of shutter speed sufficient to render the letter sharp, and 3 multiple exposures, the sign appears in a very unique composition. The results were so pleasing, I took many different compositions and while I enjoyed them all, picking just one for this article was very difficult! …

Expressionism and Abstraction July 2019

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In a change from my usual articles which are strictly location based, this will be the first of what I expect to be a regular monthly feature highlighting expressionism and abstract photography and my development in that. The recent workshop in which I learned the skills for expressionism was truly eye opening and I want to ensure that I continue …