Great photographs need not have tons of complex elements in them. A lot of times, the simple, in-your-face simplicity of a minimalist photo grabs the viewer’s attention immediately and just forces you to stare and enjoy the image.
Add the black and white element in and you get artwork that are universally pleasing to the eyes.
Here are eight great examples of minimalist images to stir up some of your creative juices.
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A Photographer's Introduction to Creative Composition
This captivating and inspiring eBook is about taking composition past the so-called rules. It’s a thoughtful, practical book about the way we build our photographs within the constraint of the frame.
Andrew S. Gibson moves past the traditional discussion of thirds by showing how a more holistic approach can turn a conventional rule into a powerful tool. The eBook explores important subjects like the creative use of balance and focal points, insights into how to shape a subject, and using aspect ratio to establish an ideal foundation for making photographs, and so much more!
The diagrams and creative exercises will provide you with the ideas and insights you need to compose more engaging photographs.Click here to learn more