Abstract Photography Stirling Castle Scotland

Abstract Photography Stirling Castle

Abstract Photography Stirling Castle

Abstraction in Photography

Abstract Photography Stirling Castle

Abstract Photography the castle as seen from the Kings Knot. On the land below the Castle, you will see an octagonal stepped, grassy mound which is the King's Knot.

Around 1630, it was planted with box trees and ornamental hedges and formed part of a magnificent formal gardens.

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Landscape photographers aim to capture and illustrate their surroundings as close to reality as possible. The genre can include human-made landscapes and natural scenes. Abstract landscape photography melds each practice to push the boundaries of both genres.

I use Photoshop and Nik Collection Analog Efex Pro 2 to edit my images — layer, tint, colour saturation.  I try to create more expressive, subjective, abstract images, while still showing the original subject in a recognisable fashion.  

 

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