Less is more is a challenge I like to meet from time to time. So here are a few which demonstrate how I cut the extraneous objects out of the frame, to concentrate on what it is I wanted to say.
Here, I have got reasonably close to my subject, and also used backlight to strengthen the message:
Here, I waited until the scene in front of me had cleared of people, except for this one young female:
Here, on a beach in Lewis, a lone ewe and her lamb made for a minimalist scene:
Choosing the right exposure to bring out the elements of a scene against a dark background means you can get nicely minimal, lose the clutter:
Here, conversely, I set my object against the sky. Again, choosing the right exposure meant keeping the detail in the seed pods, but losing any texture in the clouds:
And finally, an image where I chose my Point of View in order to keep this image as ‘clean’ as I could, with just a few elements:
Linked to Lens-Artist’s Photo Challenge at Amy’s here