Abstract a scene, that it becomes a new meaning 


Abstraction is a technique in which an artist or photographer takes a real-life scene or subject and distorts or simplifies it in some way, creating a new and often more expressive or symbolic interpretation of the original. There are many different ways to abstract a scene, depending on your artistic goals and the tools and techniques you are using.

One way to abstract a scene is to focus on a small portion of it, such as a single detail or element, and blow it up or crop it in a way that removes it from its original context. This can create a more expressive or symbolic image that invites the viewer to interpret it in their own way.

Another way to abstract a scene is to use filters or post-processing techniques to change the colors, tones, or textures of the image, creating a more surreal or abstract effect. This can be especially effective when combined with selective focus or other techniques that draw the viewer’s attention to specific areas of the image.

Finally, you can abstract a scene by using techniques such as panning or intentional camera movement to create a sense of motion or blur. This can create a more expressive or dynamic image that captures the energy and movement of the scene in a more abstract way.

By abstracting a scene, you can create a new and unique interpretation of the original, inviting the viewer to see it in a different way and find meaning in the abstracted details and elements.