I took some photos for the "Abstract" challenge at 52frames this week. I had a few different opportunities and few different devices, but most here are from my phone, Google Pixel 8 Pro, and my "main" camera, Fuji X-T4.

Here's the first set, done with my phone. The photos are a bit unconventional, for me at least - those are clearly photos of a person (self-portrait in fact), darkly emotional, but still abstract and contextless.


Then I have a couple of phone shots, abstractions with interesting shapes, but the subjects are clearly recognizable.

Finally here are a few photos with heavy post-processing, intended to be without  context and emotion and much more abstract, in my eyes.

This article was updated on June 15, 2024
Zlatko Đurić

Zlatko Đurić

Zlatko Đurić works in the software industry, and this site is his creative outlet for photography. He's usually photographing with his Fuji X-T4 camera or his Google Pixel 8 Pro phone, ocassionally adding some Lumix GF1 and Lumix GF2 photos in the mix, or scanning the film shots from his Ricoh KR-10 and Fujifilm Instax wide cameras.