Minimalism, an artistic movement that emerged in the United States in the 1960s, sought to feature the basic elements and eliminate non-essential components. In recent years, minimalism is making a strong comeback and you're likely to find minimalist design in everything from product packaging and websites to photography and home interiors.
Some key tips to capturing a great minimalist shot:
Color: What many photos lack in subject matter, they make up for with color or contrast.
Composition: The "rule of thirds" applies here and will help when deciding how to frame your subject.
Keep it simple: Try to pick a striking and engaging subject that will catch the eye.
Strong lines: Strong horizontal or vertical lines lend themselves to strong composition, as they will give a solid structure to the image.
Check out this Collection for example photos. When uploading photos, use tag: minimalism or minimalist
This bag fits 2 camera bodies + 5 lenses, charger cords & accessories, side tripod strap, small field pack included, camera field pack included, waterproof coated twill, waterproof zippers, leather wrapped handle, side strap + D-ring combo, expandable side pockets, up to a 15" laptop or tablet. $284 USD value.