Minimalism, an artistic style that relies on pared-down design elements, succeeds because it doesn’t overwhelm the viewer/listener… you’re not bombarded with elements to process, thus you can more easily appreciate the whole work of art.
This is essentially the artistic embodiment of the maxim that less is more. But not only does this philosophy apply to works of art and design, one can also take a minimalistic approach to the tools used to create art.
Want to improve as a photographer? Minimize your gear.
“Minimalism in Action: How Placing Limits on Yourself Can Make You a Better Photographer” —Light Stalking
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