Bryn is a talented and creative photographer, working mainly with people in both candid and posed work, his work is notable for the mood, use of available light and interaction between subjects Bryn's work is creative, modern with a classical film like influence and appeals to a broad audience across the globe.
It’s always nice to have recognition for your work.
Viewbug’s staff, guest and resident judges look at the entries of the contests as well as all the photos uploaded to the community to choose their favorite photos and award them.
At ViewBug, you can win contests as well as receive awards on your photos. It is a great honor to be chosen as your photo is chosen among many others and it is selected based on creativity, originality, composition and overall quality.
There are no specific numbers of awards given, the judges have sole discretion about this.
On the 30th of December I went for a mid-afternoon stroll with my camera along the Staveley Section of the Chesterfield Canal. Under the bridge at the Staveley Canal Basin was this Graffiti. It stopped me in my tracks.
In a moment of self-reflection I pondered what this meant to the person who wrote it. Perhaps nothing, then again perhaps it was reaching out to someone who walked the same path they did and hope they would understand what it means. To me it gave me creative scope to interpret it myself based on my own life experiences and direction.
I love to post my work alongside lyrics/songs that have some meaning and bring the image to life. With this one, I think “Under the bridge” by Red Hot Chilli Peppers works really well.
I don’t ever want to feel Like I did that day Take me to the place I love Take me all the way
Sometimes “less is more”, in its purest form minimalism photography is taking the ordinary and giving it a dramatic twist utilising light and composition to capture simplicity. Concentrating on colours, lines and textures and leaving the interpretation to the viewer in a subjective way.
I base my own minimalism photography ideas on texture, composition, colours and shape. I see details rather than the whole picture so zoning in on patterns, textures and shapes is quite natural for me. I more or less exclusively employ the “rule of thirds” with my minimalism work… It just seems to be more aesthetically pleasing to me that way.