A New Art Photography Series called CRACKED, CHIPPED, and ROUGH
CRACKED, CHIPPED, and ROUGH is my new eFolio collection of Abstract Art Photography. The subjects of the photographs are old, cracked, chipped, and rough-looking paint that is crumbling and peeling off from old walls. Don’t let “old cracked paint” deter you from having a look at my new art photography collection: The results of my endeavors photographing peeling paint are, if I may say so, pretty interesting. Please give it a look – there is a Preview at my product page where you can see about half of the eFolio.
I love macro photography, and I like to get in close on small areas of space to design photographs of textures, shapes, lines, and tones. My cracked paint images, in this series, have all of those characteristics as key focal points. In other words, I attempted to merge and stress textures, shapes, lines, and tones, in all the cracked paint images.
Yes, cracked paint is a rather ‘dry’ subject, pun kind of intended. And, that was the challenge. To make the typical dry paint scene totally atypical and spectacular. I was drawn to the subject, and basically, wanted to experiment how to give this mundane and rather flat subject (old dry paint on walls), some interest, some 3-D perspective when photographing it from a close proximity.
Please have a look at my CRACKED, CHIPPED, and ROUGH Photography Collection.