Most of us commonly think of photography as a specifically literal medium that accurately represents what is seen by the naked eye. But that is not always so. Many techniques exist for making photographs that show things not seen by the naked eye.
I have an interest in experimenting with various techniques of creating abstract photographic imagery. Among techniques for doing this are post processing an image on a computer after it is captured, using in-camera techniques to distort the image as it is captured, or simply photographing objects or parts of objects that have strong abstract properties. This gallery contains examples of all three of these techniques.
© Mark Longo