Awesome minimalist photography
I thought inspirational posts will be easy – searching the web, looking at photos, choosing some and writing about it. But no, it’s harder than it looks and it takes time. There are so many good photographers out there and tons and tons of awesome photos. Choosing some of them is a challenge, but the time spent on that challenge is a time spent on learning something new. Without further ado, I’d like to officially open the Inspiration category.
My first inspirational post it’s about minimalism. Even though it’s not a popular type of photography, I’d like to start my Inspiration category with it. I’ll also start with it, because it’s one of my favorite styles of photography. I had a hard time to choose only a few photos, because I found lots of impressive minimalist shots.
It’s not easy to achieve minimalism. People think that if there are less elements to shoot, the photo will be easier to take. When they do try, they see it’s not as easy as it looks. So, here’s some tips for better shots.
Enjoy my selection and if you have minimalist shots of your own, don’t hesitate to use the comments bellow or contact me.
T H R E E by Keith Aggett
The Hand of Ulster by WK Cheoh
Statue of Liberty by Viswaakshan
I + II by Martin Rak
Minimal by Ralf Wendrich
Stairs to Nowhere by Ben Heine
Minimalism by Sajith S
Alone In the Sea by Evgeni Dinev
Sea Arch by Keith Aggett
Fork by Anil Akkus
Stairs by Damiano Serra
Minimal Movement by John Stokes
Nature‘s Perfectionism by Andreas Steegmann
Untitled by Valentin Mermet-Bouvier
Wind island by Jose Beut
⁜ wiggle by Andy Lee
Fiat 500 by Simone Cento
approaching by Kimberly Poppe
Out of Nowhere by Phrasikleia Epoiesen