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Minimalist Photography ~ 4 Tips To Keep It Simple With A Maximum Impact

Minimalist Photography ~ 4 Tips To Keep It Simple With A Maximum Impact | Photographic | Scoop.it

Minimalism is a very subjective concept in the art world. The Webster dictionary defines it as follows: A style or technique that is characterized by extreme spareness and simplicity. Some love it, others hate it, but no one seems to be indifferent


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John Munns's curator insight, June 12, 2013 4:18 PM

Only what you need nothing else

Victor Bezrukov's curator insight, June 27, 2013 3:59 PM

 less is more !

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35 Useful Digital Photography Tips And Tutorials - tripwire magazine

35 Useful Digital Photography Tips And Tutorials - tripwire magazine | Photographic | Scoop.it

Taking pictures with a digital camera is very easy. But taking a picture that captures the emotion, the spirit and the true essence of the subject is a complex skill that can only be achieved through practice. In order to produce real photographic art you need to carefully harmonize the lighting, the angle, the distance and a lot of other elements. You must come up with a perfect blend of these factors if you want to set your photograph apart from others taken on the same subject.


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The Keys to Developing Your Personal Photographic Style

The Keys to Developing Your Personal Photographic Style | Photographic | Scoop.it

"We all have a photographic style whether we realize it or not, amateurs and professionals alike. Many photographers, however, never give much thought to this with the result often being images that are “normal” or lacking expression. If we want to improve our photography we need to: First, understand we each have a unique style. Second, reflect on this to better understand why we shoot the way we do, and lastly, use this knowledge to move forward with self-confidence to help improve our skills and imagery."


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