As my regular readers are aware, I’m fond of using a bit of in-camera manipulation to create abstract images, when I spot a scene that might have something hidden in it. This series of images, that I have created over the years, is collectively titled: Kryptomorphaics.
This title comes from the concept of uncovering hidden imagery through transformation.
This set of four images comes from a study of variegated vines that grow in the garden at my mother’s house in the Netherlands. I uncovered different hidden images within these vines by applying minor changes to the technique that I used to capture them.
Hope you enjoy them!
These images were all captured using my Canon 5D Mk II with an EF 24-105mm f/4L lens. Additional detail on the process is described in series of posts starting with TTT – Abstract Photography – Ep. 1