Abstract photography is unlike most other types of photography - rules, such as composition and accurate focusing hold no values. Photographers like Stieglitz, Paul Strand and Edward Steichen all experimented with depictive subjects photographed in abstract compositions. You can go into forensics criminal photography, portraits, weddings, children, landscapes. In other words, there is a lot of other photographic opportunities out there. Pictured here is Miles’ Davis’ Pharaoh’s Dance. Wow, great photos, my favourite is the first one and the last one. The first way that curves can add interest to an image is to direct the viewer's attention to an image's canter of interest. Eliot 's essay on criticism and meaning. Almost all museums forbid flash photography because it does long-term damage to artworks, and some prohibit cameras of any kind as well. What can you tell us about it?