The Abstract Special Interest Group (SIG) meets about once a month during the club year (September to May), most often on the first Wednesday of the month.
Typically, for each meeting, each SIG member brings digital images, which form the basis of a critique and discussion session. Time also will be allocated to share technical knowledge and skills, and to socialize.
Please note change: for each meeting, please bring 2 (two) themed images and 1-6 (one to six) open images.
Video with overview of SIG: click here (members only)
Meetings: September 2020 to June 2021
(Wednesdays 7:00 to 8:30 p.m., conducted via Zoom)
What Helps to Create a Good Abstract Photograph?
"While abstract photography does not follow strict rules, there are a couple of elements that give an abstract photo more depth and increase its appeal." (to continue reading the article, click here)
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." (to continue reading the article, click here)
To sign up for this SIG, click here.