We've had several genres (Portraiture - https://www.amateurphotographer.co.uk/forums/threads/portraiture.140635/, Still Life - https://www.amateurphotographer.co.uk/forums/threads/still-life.140633/, Street - https://www.amateurphotographer.co.uk/forums/threads/street-photography.140641/, Documentary - https://www.amateurphotographer.co.uk/forums/threads/documentary-reportage.140766/) so I thought I'd start some more. I wanted a better term, one that @RovingMike often uses, but couldn't remember so I've gone with Graphic Art. Images which some might call Fine Art, but which basically turn something into a study of shapes and lines and colours. A lot of my photographs become this, and there's a style of street photography which is this, but a lot of @Zou's images fall in this category too without being street. Damp Basement by Tony Evans, on Flickr Hard on the Eyes by Tony Evans, on Flickr W by Tony Evans, on Flickr A Wall of Three Thirds by Tony Evans, on Flickr Something Different by Tony Evans, on Flickr Red Black Red Black by Tony Evans, on Flickr Testing the Temperature by Tony Evans, on Flickr Verticals by Tony Evans, on Flickr I love graphic / geometric images, taking the real world and turning them in to something pleasing to the eye is for me one of the deep pleasures of my photography. Sometimes that involves people, other-times just a wall with some paint on it.