In our magazine we are focusing on Black and White photography’s style and philosophy, ignoring the colors and reducing the viewer’s impression to its essence. The final scope is obtained by a clever balance between shadows, lights and grey tone gradients. Taking photos that would be in the minimalist photography category is not that easy. In other words, the elements put into the photo must be kept to a minimum; however, the presented ones need to be significant enough toward the overall idea and symbolism of the photograph.
Minimalism attempts to use as few details as possible to convey a concept, create a unique visual experience, or tell a story. You will be able to create a photo with a big impact, and provide the viewer with a glimpse into a moment in time by incorporating an interesting subject, the right elements, lighting, and angles. Remember, simplified photos can have a powerful effect when they are well-composed.
B&W Minimalism team :
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