People who want to take great photos with minimalistic aesthetics often do it in a way that’s easy to use, says Ben Wrobel, author of the book “Minimalism 101.”
Wrobel says you should think about how you’ll be capturing the photo in the first place, how you want the image to look, and whether you want your photos to be easy to edit.
He also suggests using a dark, natural light source, and keeping the background clear.
Read more about minimalist photography:Wroelb said the best minimalist photography comes from using a small number of simple techniques to create a unique, memorable image.
He says you’ll find the most success when you use techniques that are familiar, easy to learn, and easy to execute.
If you’re trying to capture a sunset with your cat, for example, you’ll need to find a nice spot to set your camera, and then shoot for about 30 seconds to a minute.
You’ll then need to figure out how you’re going to capture the shot.
You can either shoot the cat in the foreground and use the background to capture your cat’s movement, or you can shoot in the background and use your cat to capture its silhouette.
Wroelbe says this will give you a nice contrast of color in the sky and a beautiful birdcage shot.