I love to create triptychs. Over the last few years I’ve been investigating and experimenting with this fascinating genre and discovered there are numerous possibilities for arranging and assembling your panels. In this article I thought I’d share some of the options available and the different types of ‘cuts’ you can use. I hope you’ll […]
Contemporary Abstract Art by photographer Jane Trotter
Jane Trotter photographs commonplace, everyday items found around the home and transforms them into eye-catching and dramatic pieces of contemporary abstract art.
Being a musician as well as a photographer has given me privileged insight into how both disciplines inter-relate and how the skills and understanding developed in one area can be directly transferred and applied to the other. Before I began my journey into photography, I wrote several repertoire books for beginner to intermediate pianists. As […]
What makes a good abstract photograph? What qualities does the image need and what are some of the pitfalls to avoid when composing your images? In this article I’ll be outlining my own personal guidelines and philosophy, and what I aspire to in my own abstract photography. If you speak with another abstract photographer you […]