Random photo art

by Nancy Andrea D April. 12, 2021 275 views

Some explanations - The photos below are rather dark in tone with red, orange and other colors. There are no reasons to the colors except that they are my favorite colors. There is NOTHING to analyse psychologically about the photos except perhaps the 'artistic' side and yes, please please do comment on the artistic side as I would love to read your feedbacks. My mental state IS fine. I don't really post too much of photo-art as I have been told that it is not photography, etc ... but I do like to step on the line from time to time. I am not an expert in such stuff but here they are. Please feel free to drop a comment or two and looking forward to your view points. (They are real photos that I had shot and during the post processing, it gets transformed.)

"Intergalactic travel"

"The clouds open to the 6th dimension"

"Shimmering hope "

"Fleeting moments"

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Kate Weaver 2 months ago

#4 looks like something out if a science fiction movie. I think the editing helps tell a story.

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Nancy Andrea D Replied to Kate Weaver 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Thank you, Kate!

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Berckmans Peter 2 months ago

#4&5 are great results. When done nicely photoart is beautifull. You just can put that bit more in. Very well done

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Nancy Andrea D Replied to Berckmans Peter 2 months ago

Thank you very much Peter for your insight! I really appreciate it!!

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Chuck Staruch 2 months ago

I love these images and I love photo art. IMO it doesn't matter what others might  think photography is. The world is changing and people and photography are changing with it.
Please do share more!
#1 resonates with me..
The mystery of what is really out there? Love it!!

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Nancy Andrea D Replied to Chuck Staruch 2 months ago

Thanks a lot Chuck for your encouragement! Greatly appreciate your opinion! As to #1, it was actually .... nah, I've changed my mind .... let it stays on a mystery .... smilegrinning

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Benny Law 2 months ago

I love these images, Nancy. #4 is my favourite from this set. Would love to see more.

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Nancy Andrea D Replied to Benny Law 2 months ago

Thank you very much for your encouragement, Benny!! I am so pleased to read your comment.

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Craig Casterline 2 months ago

I really enjoy the surrealism of the architectural shots. However, I think #1 is the most interesting to analyze with the stop sign and the light diffraction. Not sure what I would take from it -- light circles and rays leading to the brightest part of the image which says stop. Nicely done.

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Nancy Andrea D Replied to Craig Casterline 2 months ago

Thank you Craig for your lovely comments! Sorry if my post sounds a little "defensive". I was slightly apprehensive to receive "pop psychology" feedbacks like "you must be in that state (??) when you created .... blah, blah, blah". Anyhow, regarding #1, yes, it was done on purpose so as to encourage viewers to read the paragraph below. Architectural shots are the easiest (personally for me) to transform them to photo-art.

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Sabine Phb 2 months ago

I love the lowkey urban impressions. #1 & #2. The ones with the coloreffect if find interesting but my preference would be in the coldness of lowkey grainy urban surrounding. Great work.

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Nancy Andrea D Replied to Sabine Phb 2 months ago

Thank you so much for your thoughts and comments, Sabine!  So pleased to read that you found it interesting!

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Piotr Buraczewski 2 months ago

Captivating yet cold if not a bit disturbing...

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Nancy Andrea D Replied to Piotr Buraczewski 2 months ago

Thank you so much for your comment, Piotr; really loved the observation "... a bit disturbing"!! Thank you!

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Piotr Buraczewski Replied to Nancy Andrea D 2 months ago

I find number 3 most powerful. Reminds me of one skyscraper I remember from my childhood in Warsaw, Poland: covered with glass, dazzling blue on a sunny day, uninviting, cold and scary during snow storm.

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Nancy Andrea D Replied to Piotr Buraczewski 2 months ago

I think I would be quite frightened too if I had seen it in real life during the snow storm as I am not very brave!

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