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Penang Trees - an Abstract Expressionistic Photography Point of View

eBook (PDF), 34 Pages
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"Penang Trees - an Abstract Expressionistic Photography Point of View," by Nawfal Johnson Nur, is a collection of 18 art photographs. This series shows "what else" the trees are - their symbolic meanings based on physical characteristics, which in a larger sense, inspired this project. Nawfal photographed the trees from the viewpoint of a subjective observer wishing to record and design images that exhibit the grand characteristics of trees with their wild and twisting branches and beautiful glowing hues. However, those qualities were just the beginning points to base this series on: Nawfal used those visual cues to design images that more appropriately exemplified his feelings while capturing the photographs. The qualities of having "abundance" and "hope", are traits that Nawfal believes trees naturally have, and generously give to humankind. This is what Nawfal wanted to show in these abstract images.
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Product Details

Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Nawfal Johnson
Published
February 8, 2013
Language
English
Pages
34
File Format
PDF
File Size
79.2 MB
Product ID
20685018

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Printable? Yes
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