H is for Horror
Often, things in the Horror and Macabre Gallery and vice versa can be considered Surreal works too. I've mentioned before that there is most definitely a fine line between Surreal and other galleries that is quite often crossed.
It's okay to use elements of horror to create surreal pieces of work. However you do need to look more at fear and abnormality. Things which can quite often be seperated from horror.
I is for Infrared
Infrared Photography is becoming increasingly popular, and with the right tools, some patience and a bit of creativity you can create some wonderfully surreal works with it. This article will give you more information and tips: [link]
J is for Juxtapose
Juxtapose translates as to place side by side for comparison or contrast. You can this a lot with Abstract and Surreal Photography by making Diptychs (such as the ones below)
K is for ^Kaz-D
Yes I lack originality it's true! But I am part of this Abstract and Surreal stuff technically Since I'm your Gallery Moderator for that particular area and I deal with trying to raise awareness about this genre, run competitions and feature Daily Deviations. In addition to that I help run my own group #Abstract-and-Surreal which is well worth joining!
Other Useful Links...
A Full Interview with *AnotherImpossibility
Exploring Colour Across the Galleries - Abstract
What is Abstract Photography?
Project Educate - Abstract and Surreal Photography
Project Educate: Photographing Glass
Project Educate: The Beauty of a Blur
The A,B,C's of Abstract and Surreal
Project Educate: A#
Project Educate: #B #C and #D
Project Educate: Interview with *SveltePhoto
Project Educate: Interview with Shelagnoa
Project Educate: Interview with *YourForgiveness
Project Educate: E, F and G