6862 MarcoCiavolino Week40 Minimalism Post

Mostly Tile

Just tile and a comb. Enjoy.

Shot with a Google Pixel X2
F 1.8
1/60 Second
4mm focal length

Assignment

Dear Creative Framers, this week we are going to use a minimum amount of components to tell a strong story. In minimalist photography, everything is stripped away except the absolute essentials. But you have to make sure that what is left in your photo is strong enough to stand on its own and also be interesting enough to engage the viewer.  The components that are usually shown in minimalist photography are: color, shape, line, texture and, of course, light. These components are often strong and eye-catching and can also be soft and pastely. Minimalist photography may seem easy and simple, but take care to pay attention to the few components in your photo. Do they interact with each other? Does this interaction say something of interest to the viewer? Think for example how the ‘plantness” of a green plant will be accentuated against a red wall or the how geometric lines of a building will be highlighted in strong blacks and whites. Or how the smooth texture of a river stone will contrast in a wrinkled hand.


 

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