Architecture and landscapes are great for travelling photographers because, as travelers, we are mesmerized by the places that locals often forget to admire. To take your architecture and landscape photography to the next level, you can use a creative and artistic technique known as abstraction.
Abstractions are conceptual portions or processes that speak about a larger, specific object or topic. They are present in many fields and disciplines and, of course, creative expressions have adopted them as a main road for crafting concepts. This creative method of abstractions was born in painting. The Museum of Modern Art defines "abstract" as “a term generally used to describe art that is not representational or based on external reality or nature.”
Abstract themes have been generously diverse, but when it comes to photography, the most well-known abstract photographers focus their visions on landscapes and architecture.