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Exploring minimalism in your kitchen
Want a fun project you can do right in your kitchen? How about exploring some minimalism with everyday stuff you...
Photographer of the Day: Edouard Ketterer
Category: Street Photography Photograph: L'homme du canal by Edouard Ketterer Minimalist photos are some of the most difficult to execute,...
The Key to Minimalist Photography
Since the 20th Century, artists have used components like color and shapes to create a simple, minimalist pieces of work....

Exploring minimalism in your kitchen

Want a fun project you can do right in your kitchen? How about exploring some minimalism with everyday stuff you have on hand. No need to leave the house, no need to leave the kitchen — you just need a

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Photographer of the Day: Edouard Ketterer

Category: Street Photography Photograph: L’homme du canal by Edouard Ketterer Minimalist photos are some of the most difficult to execute, but when done well, are some of my favorites. In Edouard Ketterer’s “L’homme du canal” we see the beauty of

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The Key to Minimalist Photography

Since the 20th Century, artists have used components like color and shapes to create a simple, minimalist pieces of work. As photographers, we can extend this idea to our own photographs, creating a unique view of an everyday subject with

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