About the Book
Abstract photography does not represent the subject in a literal way and also communicates primarily through form, color, and curves rather than image detail. This kind of photography accompanied me in my very first steps in the world of photography.
I decided to take advantage of my strong inclination in this kind of photography by taking it a step further. The idea was the combination of abstract photography with the human presence. By combining abstract forms, backgrounds, reflections, geometrical improvisations, which are critical parameters for the abstract photography, with the strong presence of the human resulted to the project which I call Human Abstraction.