Photographer Ivor Miller is a landscape/seascape photographer from Durham and shares his abstract photography captured with the SIGMA 24-105mm F4 DG OS HSM |Art lens.
I live close to the coast so have always had a passion for landscape and seascape photography especially with capturing sunrises. On one particular visit to the coast, I decided that I fancied a little project. Since I had never done any abstract photography, I thought this would be a great test to try something different with my SIGMA 24-105mm F4 DG OS HSM | Art lens. I had a couple of locations in mind and decided to head to Spittal Beach in Berwick first as I knew there were some lovely rocks with amazing colours and textures.
Next was a visit to Seaham Beach where I found a dried-up mud pool close to the cliffs. The yellow and orange colours are the result of oxidation of the limestone rocks. The blue hue of the mud is actually a result of shooting at twilight in the blue hour and I really liked the way the evening light was hitting the sands.
My SIGMA 24-105 f4 is always on my camera or in my bag when I am out shooting. It is impressively sharp at f11 and the lens has excellent optical quality which has proven to be a great focal length for my landscape photography.
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