minimalism simple composition

Needless to say, minimalist photography is all about keeping things simple. That’s the most important rule and you cannot bypass it. A lack of elements does not mean your photograph will turn out boring. Try incorporating interesting subjects into your picture and focus only on them. Drawing the viewers’ attention to one or just a few elements will catch their eye instantly.
The perfect example of minimalism in photography is the presence of a single human or animal figure against a plain background or a close-up on wood or brick patterns. There are many other ways you can use the technique to shoot just about anything. Don’t worry if a few other elements find their way into your picture. You can always do a little bit of cropping or erase them in Photoshop.

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