I understand exactly the same way as this quote.

Personally, I feel funny when people single out "abstract" as a category of photography. Also, when people talk about it, it seems to be always the details of some objects.

To me there is a spectrum between representation and abstraction which is applicable to any type of photography.

Isn't precisely this tension between representation and abstraction that we are supposed to enjoy in photography?

Warmly,
Tsuyoshi

Quote Originally Posted by c6h6o3 View Post
"All good art is abstract in its structure."

--Paul Strand