Originally posted by STORMTIMMY
I enjoy this one in particular. At first glance, it looks like disgusting moss on a rock, but then you realize it is broken paint. If you can take this concept and expand it into something that isnt so subject matter driven, then we have something cooking. The rest of your photos are extremely subject driven...with lack of purpose or intent.
For instance, Olivia Parker, a famous photographer, shoots pictures of fruit. To an untrained person, its a really well lit photograph of a group of pears. However, with the addition of the red string, it is a focus on line, form, and abstraction.
This photo, in particular, is, of course, done in the studio, with very advanced equipment. You don't have access to her specific equipment, however, you do have the ability to conceptually achieve what she has done with even a simple point and shoot digital.
What kind of camera are you using?