Montage of Seascape
I created the montage of seascape by combining a few age-worn, old, and tattered items which I photographed in a famous tourist site – the 120-year-old Concubine Lanes – in my country, Malaysia. The image is an abstract of a seascape, but the boat is actually a digitally modified, tatty, age-blackened brick, and the brick is made about a hundred years ago. The sea is a very old piece of a historical wall in the Concubine Lane, and the paints upon the wall are horribly peeling. The frame of the image is the texture I found upon a door in the Concubine Lane, and I created such wonderful fusion to produce a seascape in an artistic and aesthetic way. I want the viewers to see the eloquent beauty of art when age-worn things coalesce creatively. When I clicked the shutter button, I could imagine its marvel if I digitally enhance those items, subtracting other distractions, and producing an all the more seamless and abstract seascape image, like a sailor traversing upon a boat across the beautiful sea.
Author: I am an international gold-medalist, award-winning, and news-featured photographer who has great passion in both personal photography and commercial photography. I have won the San Francisco Bay International Photography Awards 2020 organized in the USA, the Minimalist Photography Awards 2020 organized in the Germany, and the International Photography Awards (IPA) 2020 organized in the USA. Besides loving to capture portrait photographs and landscape photographs, I like to participate in photography competitions worldwide to discern my standard and level in photography. I have also been a wedding photographer in my country. I do photography for interest, and I would like to convey my thoughts and to tell a story via my photographs in various photography competitions. I hope the judges are going to like my works.