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Publisher Description

Mark A Hunter is a freelance author and photographer who’s work has been featured in national and international computing and photography magazines, as well as on exhibit in photography trade shows.

In his book Creative Abstract Photography, Mark guides you through the taking and making of a number of stunning abstract images. Starting with perspective and compositional techniques we journey through a wide range of both abstract and traditional subjects, concluding with ideas, tips and techniques on post production effects and presentation. 

And in-between?  In-between we learn how to create selective colour images, techniques for working with water, reflections, flames, still life, motion capture and even how to create the striking image that is the front cover of this book, ‘Earth Splash’. There are also a number of special projects to try out, including an image of a levitating, self-pouring wine bottle! 

With the topics and techniques discussed, Mark examines the creative process and thinking behind them, as well as suggesting ideas for you to try for yourself and take the concepts and techniques presented further.

Creative Abstract Photography offers something for everyone, from those just starting out to those who are more experienced; majoring on the creative side of the camera, with over 150 images it is an excellent insight into creative thought and we hope you enjoy it.

Arts & Entertainment
November 1
Mark A Hunter

Customer Reviews

Kill-rage-fury ,


amazing guide for taking huge steps forward in your photography

GracieHarb ,

Great read

Love this little book and the fact it explains simply the step by step tricks needed to get some amazing pictures. Recommended reading

Mattam10 ,

Brilliant Guide

I found this book a really interesting read, full of brilliant tips that even a complete photography novice like myself could follow. Marks writing style is excellent and the images he’s produced are fantastic. Would strongly recommend - Looking forward to volume 2.

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