Robin's abstract photography is just as popular as ever with people looking for cool desktop backgrounds and graphics for the web, especially, apparently, iPad background searchers. We've posted four new photographs in Robin's Abstract Photography gallery that were taken over the holiday season, when it's so cold up here in the great white north that she shoots from the car while moving to get the effect she's after.
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Apparently, Robin's abstract photographs are popular with the iPad owners, who are downloading them for use as iPad wallpaper. Today, I've added a couple more abstract photographs to Robin's collection, including this one that makes a great background for text, like with a web page, or any graphic art. I just used it as a background to the quote:
"Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves."--Abraham Lincoln
I guess we'll have to get an iPad to see how this abstract photograph from Robin looks as iPad wallpaper or background. The abstract photograph from the last post would look great on one of those things. Of course, we think any one of our pictures would work great as a background for the iPad.
On this picture, we're thinking icons in the black, but it's your iPad!
When I told Robin we needed to post more of her abstract photos, she wandered around the house in the dark and wound up with this, entitled Indirect-TV. She has a wide array of abstract photograhs that make great computer backgrounds and free desktop wallpaper. These pictures also make great web page backgrounds, and under our creative commons liscense, you're free to edit them for your own needs. All we ask is for a link to Supak.com!
Robin has been taking abstract photographs for over a decade now, and has put together quite a collection. I've been remiss in adding some of her best work to her abstract photography gallery here at the photo blog, so here goes.
If you visit Robin's abstract photography gallery at the link above, you'll see that we've added some newer shots to that collection, including a few Christmas lights shots, and some winter road photographs, taken recently.
Robin's light source and motion technique works really well on the white background of upstate New York winter. A few of these shots look like they were taken on the great salt flats, complete with mirage effect.
All of these abstract photographs are available for use and remix through the creative commons license of this site. All we ask is for credit and a link back to here or to Supak.com. Robin's abstract pictures have been used as web site backgrounds, free desktop wallpaper, and as a starting point for various graphic arts and visual arts presentations.
I've used bits and pieces throughout our web sites, and client web sites, as part of the web design and graphic design process. They lend themselves well to the flows of certain web sites, and we encourage anyone to help themselves, giving us credit and a link for our trouble.
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Robin was out taking her abstract photographs this holiday season and here are the best of that abstract photography series. Her lens-in-motion technique creates patterns out of otherwise motionless lights, creating an otherworldly sensation of light and movement that works well for a wide variety of graphic arts projects like computer backgrounds, sign-making, web-graphics, and artistic endeavors of all kinds.
The picture here is of the Cherry Valley New York Village Christmas tree. The ghostly impression behind and to the left is the town's Civil War monument.