Posts Tagged ‘abstract photography’

blue and black and light

“Visible light is electromagnetic radiation whose wavelength falls within the range to which the human retina responds, i.e., between about 390 nm (violetlight) and 740 nm (red). White light consists of a roughly equal mixture of all visible wavelengths, which can be separated to yield the colors of the spectrum, as was first demonstrated conclusively by Newton. In the 20th century it has become apparent that light consists of energy quanta called photons that behave partly like waves and partly like particles. The velocity of light in a vacuum is 299,792 km per second.”

This is a photograph of light on the corner of two interior walls of my home. I have enhanced the color in Photoshop. This photograph is from my photography portfolio of  light and shadow.
John Dyess

DCF 1.0

I placed a yellow newspaper wrapper on a small blue table that was used by my daughter when she was a child. The green shape is a chair that she sat on when she created art on the blue table.The dark stripe shapes are blind shadows. This photograph was taken during the 1980’s.


“bathroom creature’ caustic light photograph by John Foster Dyess

Here are a few more caustic light photographs I have taken recently. I have enhanced these photographs occasionally in the software Photoshop.


“light show” photograph by John Foster Dyess


“time to follow” photograph by John Foster Dyess


“corner light” photograph by John Foster Dyess