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Mark uses some of his photos to illustrate some of the following points:
Use an obvious subject without filling the frame with it. It draws the viewer’s eye in.
Use a lot of negative space around your subject to make your subject stand out further.
Color can be distracting (if there are many colors) in a minimalist composition. Many minimalist photos are black and white, quite monotone or only make use of a few colors so that the composition is not busy.
Consider using dappled light, striped light, or spots of light so that light is the main subject in the scene. This can work well for minimalist photography.
Think differently and outside the box, but keep it simple. Look for a distraction-free palette to work with. Often it is more about what you don’t have in the frame rather than what you do.
So shake up your focus with your landscape photography, and give Minimalism a try. If you are interested in learning more about Landscape Photography, check out our Landscape and Nature Course!