The Abstract Eye of A Scientist

The Abstract Eye of A Scientist - student project

Macro is defined as the study of viewing objects up close, whereas abstract is defined as difficult to understand or abstruse. As a science major who is also passionate about photography, my work is an exploration of these two art forms. My work leads me to explosre unique angles, space, locations, shapes, reflections, and light. I'm particularly interested in the beauty this world has to offer that is not easily seen by the human eye. I'm fascinated that I can capture such beauty though the lens. The colors in my work are provided by my surroundings, for I try not to manipulate my imagery via computer software. In addition to capturing vibrant colors, black and white imagery is also an art form I enjoy enveying through my photographs. 

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