3 Responses to “Minimalist Photography”


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  1. Steve, you talk a lot of sense, particularly regarding equipment. I use a DLSR which was cutting edge in 2007 but certainly isn’t now, yet it still does everything I want (I bought it this year at a bargain price too!). I’m not sure if I qualify as a ‘minimalist’ by your definition but I’m certainly interested in capturing the essence of something, particularly if it normally goes unnoticed or ignored.

  2. Ankitha

    Steve,in one particular section you talk about minimalism leading to abstraction in photography. Does it not mean that minimalist approach when applied aesthetically tends to make all kinds photography as abstract photography?

  3. Corina

    Hey, there.
    I really like your way of writing and of explaining things.

    I recently understood and accepted the fact that my style of photography is abstract with touches of minimalism. It’s been really hard to find my way and know my genre also because where is not that known.

    Given that I would like to discover as much as I can about abstract as form in photography I was wondering if you can advise of any sites that focus on it, where I can find feedbcak for my work (so I understand where I’m at and what I need to improve) from people that understand this genre?

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