Magical Examples of Abstract Photography

Abstract photography is hard to truly define in terms of a solid set of characteristics, but it usually involves shapes, vivid colors, abstract lines, and other elements that seem to bring a sense of order out of otherwise random elements.

Here, you’ll find the magic of abstract photography, in a variety of different styles of photographs that show how the every day world can be manipulated and distorted using only a camera into vivid and wild images.

Enjoy the photographs!

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Smartie Anyone? by Geoff Dunn

Abstract Wave by David Orias

Icy Winter Days by Batikart

Abstract Smoke by Jamie Duke

Winterness by Benoit Paille

Abstract Photography by Patricia Sweeney

Music Galaxy by Mathiel

Falling by hellfirediva

Abstract Photography by Phaedrus42

This Long Silence by Marko Kirin

Abstract Photography by Patricia Sweeney

Lite Brite City by Kirk

Through the Mist by Lisa Bettany

Abstract Photography by Remco van de Sanden

Abstract Photography by S. Amer

Rainbow Rose by Joshua Libermann

Abstract Photography by Tim Walter

Distillate of Bokeh by ubyside

Abstract Photography by Pedro Gonio

Barcelona Forum by Tom Wright

Abstract Chairs by Stephen Pougas

Stairs by Jorbe42

Winterness II by Benoit Paille

A Colorful Life by crazyfrogleg

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