Minimalist photography can be intriguing and can introduce an element of surprise. Frankly I love minimalist photography although of course it cannot be applied to every shot. This week’s photo challenge’s theme is minimalist and I am very keen to take the challenge :)
Less is more as they said.
Below are a couple of selected minimalist shots from me. Hope you enjoy them.
As we are aware, red and green are totally opposite colours, In the picture above, although the red part is very small compared to the vast area of green, the red part which is the opposite colour can easily be spotted by our eyes. Do you agree with me?
I loved the contrast between the pristine white colour of this calla lily against its dark green leaves i found in Cameron Highland just outside the hotel room I was staying in. The rain had just stopped and the light was diffused which made it such a suitable photographic moment to capture flowers in their natural environment.
When there is something or in this case someone breaks the pattern, the focus will be concentrated on the pattern breaker :)
The introduction of human element can give a sense of scale about how big the hot air balloon is.