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Photography by Jane Trotter

I want to go beyond what I see. For me, photography is not so much about artistically recording what is there, but creating something new and different out of what exists already. I want to alter and challenge my perspective. To take the ‘known’ and invite the ‘unknown’.
Golden Spirals - Abstract Art by Jane Trotter

Exposed #2: Golden Spirals

It would be wonderful to always get that ‘great shot’ within the first few pictures I take on a photo shoot.  Sometimes, either through good management, happy coincidence or pure serendipity, I do get what I’m looking for in those early stages. But more often than not, it’s a process of experimentation and being prepared […]

Colour Contours - Abstract Art by Jane Trotter

Definition of Abstract Photography

Abstract images are conceived or imagined outside of ‘reality’. They can encompass a huge variety of subject matter, take us out of our comfort zone, make us question what we see, or invite us to enter another realm. Not the Usual Frames of Reference In abstract photography, often there aren’t the usual frames of reference […]

Deus Ex Machina - Abstract Art by Jane Trotter

How to make a Triptych

Ever tried creating a triptych? Have no idea what to do and what things to look for when you’re putting it all together? This article will explore how to make a triptych and set you up on the right track with some useful tips and advice on composition, structure and design. The whole is greater […]