March 2021- Minimal (Less is More)
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This is a topic some enjoy more than others. A definition of Minimal Photography often seen is a style using a minimum amount of components such as colour, shape, line and texture. This can be something like a single object or point of interest with a very bland background. We see here many interesting interpretations.


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Phil liked this picture from Anne. He thought it stuck very much to the theme and raised the question "what is happening under the snow?"
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Anne herself chose this picture.

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Marjorie chose Athol's picture of a flower. The flower is so sharp, and lit by the sun with the rest of the scene in darkness.
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Athol himself chose his swans, which he was very pleased with.

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Bob chose his shot of a solitary figure on the horizon
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Marthe liked this one, with all the lines leading down to the pylon

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Carina liked this picture, with a lot of snow on a small area.
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Les chose Carina's play on "Less is More" - smaller capacity, larger physical size. He thought it sharp and simple. with the grey background matching the devices. So sharp you can see the "grain" on the left hand device.

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Sonia chose Fiona's "panorama" shaped picture. A perfect minimal shot in an original layout. She found it pleasing.
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Fiona herself liked her shadows on virgin snow. She had contrived to keep her own shadow out of the picture.

            

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