Minimalist Art Photography- Simple But Not That Simple
Speaking of “minimalist”, most people think of “simple living”. In fact, minimalism is defined as freeing yourself of emotional overload and thundering thoughts in order to focus on the more important things in life.
Similar to that, minimalist photography art is plain and neat in the composition and objects in the photo are reduced to the minimum. However, if you look it deep enough, you will find the hidden pattern and unlock the message in the photo that the photographer wants to share with you. This is the minimalist photography.
Here we would like to give you five photo examples from Kakahuette’s Minimalist art photography collection:
i) Mosaic - solid grid lines
Mosaic by Marcus Cederberg
ii) Reach Out - the contrast of light
iii) The Air Up There - repeated pattern
The Air Up There by Rupert Höller
iv) No Romeo - the contrast of warm and cold colours
No Romeo by Rupert Höller
v) Watching You - broken symmetries
Watching You by Marcus Cederberg
Take them home and create your own minimalist photo collection!
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More art photos on Kakahuette's online art gallery