Minimalism in the Ordinary Stuff

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.

002_brynphot_blog_IMG_1009
Pointed Cement Joint 
Day 01 - Swing
A park swing base
005_brynphot_blog_IMG_1015
Drain Cover
Day 04 - Sidewalk
Edge of the pavement curb stones
003_brynphot_blog_IMG_1011
Latch on a sandstone wall