Falling Into Winter 2022
Randall Talbot » Abstract Photography
by Randy Talbot
1y ago
Here are a selection of my favorite photos taken in late-September, October and November 2022, in Edmonton: And some abstracted photos from mid-October ..read more
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Bending Space and Light to See the Unimaginable
Randall Talbot » Abstract Photography
by Randy Talbot
1y ago
I was doing some experimentation with transforming an image. In this case, I found a simple photo of light shining through some blinds onto my kitchen floor to be interesting – but not that interesting. However I thought that there might be something there, so I played around with the image on my phone, primarily manipulating it in various ways using the Tiny Planet app. I came up with a variety of compositions that I think are quite intriguing. The original mundane snapshot And visual variations after different digital manipulations: I like the way these camera apps can let me see differentl ..read more
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The Best of My Summer 2022 Photos
Randall Talbot » Abstract Photography
by Randy Talbot
1y ago
Here are some of my favorite photos (in a variety of styles) taken in July, August and early-September of 2022, in the Edmonton’s: river valley: Edmonton’s Muttart Conservatory with downtown skyline (Aug 2022). Flowers of summer: Here are some favorite black and white or monochrome photos: In early August I captured some interesting geometric abstracts mostly from at MacEwan University ..read more
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Landscape/Nature Photo Art – Spring/Early-Summer 2022
Randall Talbot » Abstract Photography
by Randy Talbot
2y ago
Here are a collection of photos captured from late April into the middle June, 2022, mostly from the river valley at Edmonton, Canada ..read more
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Winter’s Arrival (A Photo Gallery)
Randall Talbot » Abstract Photography
by Randy Talbot
2y ago
Here is my latest collection of photos, featuring the more abstract qualities of subtle textures and forms, of snow and ice in the landscape. These images come from Edmonton’s river valley in the third week of November (2021), just after our first snowfall of the season ..read more
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Fall Photo Abstraction (Part 4)
Randall Talbot » Abstract Photography
by Randy Talbot
3y ago
Here is another set of interesting photos abstractions from my stroll along the colorful paths in Edmonton’s river valley ..read more
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Fall Photo Abstractions (Part 2)
Randall Talbot » Abstract Photography
by Randy Talbot
3y ago
In Part 1 I shared a collection of images in which the photos were still recognizable as landscapes, paths, trees, etc. In this collection, the abstractions are pushed so that the interest is just in the color, forms and composition ..read more
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Fall Photo Abstractions (Part 1)
Randall Talbot » Abstract Photography
by Randy Talbot
3y ago
With the colors of autumn becoming brighter and more abundant I have undertaken a project to create some new photo abstractions from the landscape. All of these images start with long exposure photos with deliberate camera motions of different types during the exposure. I then digitally post-process the images to enhance exposure, contrast and color saturation. This first collection features abstracted images of landscapes. A follow-up post will feature photo abstractions, that while derived from the same landscapes, will not have readily discernible landscape elements. (All images: Cop ..read more
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2018 – Abstract Selections
Randall Talbot » Abstract Photography
by Randy Talbot
3y ago
Here are my favorite abstract photos from each month of 2018. I have employed a number of techniques in these selections, from found patterns in “nature”, to digital manipulation to camera (or object ) motion: January: February: March: April: May: June: July: August: September: October: November: December: Looking back on 2018, I didn’t do as much abstract photography as I thought I did. At least I didn’t capture as many images during 2018. I did finish up a number of abstract photos that I had taken years ago, and they are among my favorite images. However those images are not included in thi ..read more
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Self-Collaboration Projects
Randall Talbot » Abstract Photography
by Randy Talbot
3y ago
I often check my photos archives to see what I was doing and what images I captured on the current date but years ago. Today I went back to 2011 (December 30th) and found some interesting raw photos that with a bit of tweaking became much better. It is fun to think that I am collaborating with my past-self to create these works. Here are some of the results from today ..read more
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