Digital Abstract Desktop Pictures

Digital Abstract Desktop Pictures 1.0

Put an abstract picture on your desktop.
1.0 (See all)

Except for Gummy Globe (which started out as a 35mm slide), Digital Abstract Desktop Pictures are all single-exposure digital photos, made by moving the camera. Tiny apertures (and slow ISO speeds) were used to get the right exposure. The haikus on Neon Dragonfly and Golden Afternoon are by Debra Galloway, who later created the images to reflect the poetry.

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