CSLR Challenge 131 - Architectural Abstracts (hosted by tvsometime)
CSLR Challenge 116 -- Architectural Abstracts
Modern architecture offers infinite possibilities for creative photography which has shown up in numerous previous challenges. For this challenge, lets focus only on architecture and the abstract possibilities of what we see in the viewfinder. Reflections in glass encased buildings in particular present almost cubist fracturing of surrounding reality into prismatic pieces and colors. Or, you might prefer a more austere approach selecting a visual crop that is more abstact than representational of the source material.
So lets assemble a gallery of "Abstracts" captured from "Architectural" subjects, defined as buildings or other structures fixed in the ground and designed for use by human beings, not to keep their pets or dolls but to keep or use themselves.
Regarding post processing, for this challenge please no montages or other combination of more than one image. Extreme color shifts should also be avoided.
Any images that are over-sized will be commented (if I remember to) on the image itself and on the forum (from time to time) and then resized (by me or another bureaucrat) prior to voting. Any images that are obviously not comprised of architectural subject matter might be sent to Pending if I'm in a bad mood, but most likely not.
So relax, create, and enjoy finding new experiences in free forms of abstraction.
The Eligible Gallery is for images captured with a Canon DSLR during the Challenge period and subject to Rules outlined in the Official Challenge FAQ.
The Exhibition gallery is for images taken at any time with any camera.
Enter a maximum of three pictures per person in each gallery and please remember the 150kb limit.