abstract non objective photography, light and reflections

abstract water reflections in white and blue color

white floating shape reflected on blue water
white and blue abstractions made by sun light reflcted in the water. Many shades of blue and tones of white in a fluid floating image. Colors of the nature

Not only the light is reflected on the water, also other images such as landscapes, sky, clouds. Here above we can see water reflections on a pond at sunset. A white floating shape on blue water.

Bruno Paolo Benedetti

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water and water reflections on sea, rivers,ponds: inspiration sources

fluid brown round shape on gleaming blue background with light shades
colors, water and light reflecions on a sea shore in winter


We have many inspiration sources for photography based digital art in the nature, we did see how the colors can give many ideas and now we can see an example taken alwas from the nature, a landscape on a sea shore. The sun light reflected on the water and the trees on the shore can be a very good subject for a nice artwork. Here the most important role is played by the sunlight reflections. They make very interesting  effects in a non objective image.


Bruno Paolo Benedetti




snow field with rising blue pyramid on horizon below sun on black sky
albedo: dream landscape with snow on foreground, rising blue pyramid on middleground at horizon and sun with light reflections on surrounding clouds on black background.Surrealsim photography.


A dream image representing the albedo, step of alchemy.  Albedo is one of the four major stages of the magnum opus; along with nigredo, citrinitas and rubedo.  Following the chaos of the nigredo stage, the alchemist undertakes a purification in albedo, which is literally referred to as ablutio – the washing away of impurities. See references about albedo

Surrealism pictures are a branch or better the ancestor of photography based digital art. It is an “old” tachnique, started with the darkroom and used by surrealists as Salvador Dalì in some works of photography. The technique is known as photomontage and consistes in mounting more images into one.


Bruno Paolo Benedetti