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"Abstracts are non-representational and do not rely upon recognizable subject matter, but rather consist of colors, tones, shapes and textures. If the image has an obvious subject, it is NOT an abstract. Abstracts may be “created” or “found.” “Found” abstracts generally require some isolation in order to render the subject unrecognizable. Abstracts are the poetry of photography, free verse written in color and tone producing feelings of mystery regarding what the image is and what it is trying to say. Abstracts are an art form, and like other works of art, are felt as well as seen." Joseph Miller
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