Colorful Diagonal Lines

Minimalism as Simple Geometry

 
A Minimalist Photograph of Colorful Diagonal Lines Shot via Canon 600D and 100mm Prime Canon Macro Lens
Photo By © Prakash Ghai
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I am Back :) but with a Simple Geometry Minimalism photograph this time around. 


These Colorful Diagonal Lines, were spotted on a closed metal shutter of a Shop, right opposite to the famous Hawa Mahal Palace in Old Jaipur City.


I clicked this with my Canon 600 D and the 100mm Prime Macro Lens that I have.

I captured this from the side and used a shallow depth of field to create a different sort of a imagery that I usually do not produce. 

I rarely use shallow depth of field (at least as of now, lol...no by the way since the last 4 years ). 
 
That frequency might change in the future though. 

Hope you like this subtle change in my style.

All feedback about the Photograph is welcomed.

Have a good day !!

I have to cut it short today, as the lights just went off and my laptop might turn off pretty soon.

Bye ! See you Later !

The Distant Window

Minimalism as Less Elements


A Minimal Art shot of a Distant window at Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur shot via Canon 600D and Canon 50mm F/1.4 Prime Lens
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A Minimalist Photograph of The Distant Window


This shot is taken from the new Cafe that has opened up at Jawahar Kala Kendra, on the 1st Floor. 

I went there last week, just to try their menu and the tea that they serve. 

Of course, other than the menu, my motive was to get at a unique height or what I call "Location Advantage" to create a different sort of a frame.

I have taken so many shots at this place but just 1 or two from an elevated level. 

Hey ! are you wondering that I had actually nothing to with the Cafe and I can go to any extent for getting a photograph from a different perspective/angle? 

Well, then your guess is right. 

The Cafe was just an excuse ;)

There is something in this picture that I generally do not do and that thing is including a foreground element. 

The Green Leaves, although  blurred and out of focus, are the Highlight of the Photograph here...It is not accidental. 

To start off, I had taken similar shots avoiding the leaves, only to later realize that its the Green Leaves that make the shot and not break it.

Hope you enjoyed the shot.

Good Night.

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Tri Color Minimal

Minimalism as Few Distinctive Colors


A Look up Minimal Art Photograph of Tri Colored Coloful Tents shot at Jawahar Kala Kendra Jaipur, India
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Its been long since I did a Minimalism as Few Distinctive Colors Photograph.


So I decided to post one today. 

This Tri Color Minimal Photograph was clicked at Jawahar Kala Kendra Jaipur (stop wondering as to how I find most of my shots at the same place?) .


This is a Lookup Minimal Shot

The Kit that I had that day, was my Canon 600D mounted with the 50mm F1.4 Prime lens

I was shooting a Metal fan against a maroon tent sitting down on my knees. And while I was struggling to get the simplicity right in that shot, I casually looked over my left shoulder to spot this.

I immediately thought It would be a nice idea to combine three colorful tents in one frame. 

The use of lines gave more symmetry to the shot.

Not sure, if this would have looked good in Black and White, so I did not try and edit it that way. 

I Hope that you find this colorful shot a little upbeat.

See you around next time.

Take care 

Window behind a Rectangle

Minimalism as Parts of the Whole


A Minimal Art Photograph of a Window Behind a Rectangular Plyboard
Photo By © Prakash Ghai
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I found this setting at Jawahar Kala Kendra. 


This time, there was some construction going on, and this Blue Rectangular Plyboard was lying on the floor.

The board was covering the Window partially.

That gave me an opportunity to shoot my favorite "Minimalism as Parts of the Whole"Minimalism :)

To make the composition more interesting I added the Orange Bar on the top right of the frame. 


Camera Used: Canon 600D

Lens Used: Canon 100mm prime 

Hope that you enjoyed the shot. 

Stay tuned for more !

Black and White Line Pattern Minimalism - 2 Images

Minimalism as Less Elements


Two Black and White Line Pattern Minimalism Images shot via Canon 600D at Jawahar Kala Kendra Jaipur.
Photo By © Prakash Ghai
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Two Black and White Line Pattern Minimalism Images shot via Canon 600D at Jawahar Kala Kendra Jaipur.
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These are 2 Black and White Line Pattern Minimalism Images that I shot at Jawahar Kala Kendra last Sunday


  • Minimalism Type: Less Elements

  • Subject: Light falling on a Wall through a small roof made of Pipes

  • Color Tones: Black and White

  • Style: Looking Up

  •  Aesthetics:

         (a) Use of Simple Geometry aka Lines 

         (b) Pattern / Repetition

         (c) Light and Shadow/ Natures Art

         (d) Core Simplicity

  • Camera Used: Canon 600D

  • Lens Used: Canon 50 mm Prime F/ 1.4

  • Camera Mode: Full Manual

  • Camera Filter: Monochrome (RAW+JPEG)

  • Photo Type: I chose to edit the JPEG version

  • Editing: Adjustment of Levels, Brightness and Contrast

Hope that you enjoyed the shots. 

 

Good Day !

Lines Square Triangle Rhombus

Minimalism as Simple Geometry


A Minimal Picture of various Simple Geometric forms such as Line, Square, Triangle and Rhombus shot at Jawahar Kala Kendra Jaipur, using Canon 600D DSLR.
Photo By © Prakash Ghai
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My Geometry Addiction continues

 

As you can see, this Minimalist Photograph has many Geometric Shapes namely a Line, a Square, a Triangle and a Rhombus.


I took this shot down on my knees from a far off distance. I had my 100mm prime lens on, so that helped me do so. 

The screen of the Camera was flipped out as I took the Live View assistance here. 

The alignment of various shapes was key, and the preview helped a lot in achieving the same.

The inclusion of Lines on Top left and the Light Triangle on the bottom right of the frame, are intentionally included in the frame. 

Lastly, The Photo belongs to the Minimalism as Simple Geometry category of Minimalist Photography.


Hope that you enjoyed that shot. 

All feedback is as usual welcomed. 

See you some other time. 

Bye.

Two Squares On A Red Wall

Minimalism as Simple Geometry


A Blog post on a Minimal Art Photograph of Two Squares on a Red Wall.
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The Above Photograph of Two Squares On A Red Wall, Falls under the Minimalism Category Simple Geometry 


The Basic Geometric Shape being Squares.

The shot was taken at SMS Stadium, Jaipur, with Canon 600D mounted with the Canon 100mm L Series Prime Macro Lens

The shot has been taken from a good distance and is a LookUp Minimal Shot. 

The Red Wall and the Basic Shape was my point of attraction.


Sometimes in Minimalism, the Photograph is way too simple, and the photographer asks himself, should I even click that? and so he nearly avoids taking the Photograph...

Although, this did not happen with me while taking the Photograph, but I confess, this Photograph was lying in my Folder for a good 3 months and I was undecided whether I should upload this on my blog or not?

For this is way too simple !!!

But then, I reminded myself, Minimalism is all about Simplicity, how can I forget that?


And this is Core Minimalism. 

Therefore I posted this today.

Hope you liked it :)

Have a Good Day !

Door Handle Shadows

Minimalism as Less Elements


A Minimal Art Photo of Long Shadows of the Handles of a Metal Door in Black and White
Photo By © Prakash Ghai
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I have a Blog e-mail Subscriber by the name of Steve Hoover, who regularly gives me feedback about my photos via e-mail :)

I guess he loves more of Black and White Minimalism, as he sometimes edits my Colored Photographs, converts them into Black and White, e-mails me and asks, How does that look?

So this Black and White Photo of Door Handle Shadows is for you Steve. 


I know here, I am not giving you all the three "Light, Medium and Dark" Shades that you like, but instead just Medium and Dark. 

Hope you like it... The original color was Blue by the way. 

Anyways, the Photo falls under Minimalism as Less Elements category of Minimalism.


Yes, Less Elements, I am sure Jay Gould (who manages a Facebook Minimalism group and keenly follows my work), would be surprised and say that there are three elements here, like 3 Different Handles. 

Well, here The Subject in totality is the Long Shadows of the 3 Door Handles (one being a hook sort of a thing, which I have called a handle just for convenience) treated as one. 

The Photo is a bit Maximal in nature or what one calls as Maximalism (still minimalism)

The Shot has been taken with Canon 600 D with 50 mm F1.4 Lens.

Location is, near Diggi Palace Jaipur.

Colorful Lookup Minimalism - 3 Photographs

Minimalism as Few Distinctive Colors


  Photograph (1)

 
Colorful Lookup Minimal 3
Photo By © Prakash Ghai
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Colorful Lookup Minimal 2
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Colorful Lookup Minimal 3
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These shots were taken at Cafe Lazy Mojo in Jaipur. I was there for an Art Meet organized by Kala Kartavyaa. 


The Art meet was actually on Fashion and the theme was Lifestyle. 

Fashion Bloggers/ Models and Photographers were invited to the meet. 

I dint have much to do there. 

I got a few tips on Fashion and soon I was done listening. 

I was getting itchy to click, so I moved outside with my Camera. 

I had my Canon 100 mm Prime Macro L Series Lens mounted on my Canon 600D Camera that day. 

So I thought why not take some Look-up Minimal Shots. 


Cafe, Lazy Mojo has this Pete Mondrian Style designed roof front. 



I thought it would be a nice Idea to click some "Minimalism as Few Distinctive Colors" shots.

This category of Minimalist shots are always hard to find. 

While, I was editing, I decided to post a series of 3 shots this time, unlike my style of posting only 1 best shot from the shoot. 

Since, it was about colors, therefore I chose 3.

The composition of the Shots is pretty simple  and self-explanatory. 


Nothing much to say here. The major part is to find the Subject/Building with multiple colors and more than half of the job is done for you.

Apply a few basic rules of Photography like the Rule of Thirds etc and you are good to go.

Hope, that you enjoyed the shot.

Show me yours :) 

Good Day !

Rectangle Versus Square Cut Versus Uncut

Minimalism as Simple Geometry


Two Simple Geometric Windows, one being a Rectangle and the Other a Square. One of them is cut by a line while the other one not.
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This Minimalist Photograph was taken right outside Hawa Mahal, Jaipur. 


(I) What prompted me to to take this shot was:


A) Two Simple Geometric Shapes aka the Windows. One being a Rectangle and the Other one being a Square.

B) The second element was Texture and the Patches on the wall.

C) Finally, the 3rd element was the Lines


(II) Why I named it Rectangle Versus Square, Cut Versus Uncut?  


Because, If you observe closely, you will find that one Line is cutting the Rectangular Window on the left as it runs through it While the Other Line does not cut across the Square on the right.

This creates the ART here and therefore it is the Key Highlight of the Photograph.

(III) Other Details:


Equipment Used: Canon 600 D with Canon 100mm Prime Macro L Series Lens.

Minimalism Type: Simple Geometry, with 3 key Simple Geometric Shapes, namely, Rectangle, Square and Lines


Hope you enjoyed the Shot. Have a Nice Day !

The Partial Chair

Minimalism as Parts of the Whole


A partially visible White Chair placed in front of an open brown door at The Village area at Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur, India.
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I had been out of my peak photography form and I had been wondering what was causing it?


Initially I thought either I am just stressed or I need to go to newer places to find subjects again. 

I had my Canon 100mm Macro Lens mounted on my Camera for 10 months in a row. 

And its only last week that I changed my lens to  50mm prime.

As soon as I changed my lens, I got the shot that I was looking for.



The problem was, that I had put on 1 lens (100mm) for way too long and that was costing me. 


- I must change my habit of keeping one lens on for 6 months or so.


  • I should rather alternate the lenses every 15 days or month.


With the 100mm Lens on, I was searching for subjects far away, looking for mostly the look-up style photographs. 

And because of that I stopped searching for subject right in front of my eyes or the near range. 


The switch back to 50mm lens will do two things:


a) Make me see/spot newer subjects at a closer range

b) And also help me "Reset my Vision" at the 100mm range, as I am taking a break from it. 


I hope you got my point :)

Lets get back to the Shot


This Photograph falls under the "Minimalism as Parts of the Whole" category of Minimalist Photography, as here I have only shown a part of the White Chair

Partially visibility engages the mind of the viewer. 

Also, the Pink table cloth on the bottom, is not accidental but included on purpose because it adds contrast to the primarily White and Brown color palette. 

Hope you enjoyed the shot !

Comments and Feedback welcomed.

Have a Nice Day !

Old Staircase at Amber Fort, Jaipur

Minimalism as Simple Geometry


A Minimalist Photograph of Old Staircase at Amber Fort, Jaipur  - India shot via Canon 600D © Prakash Ghai
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What we have here is a Staircase, a Side Rail and a Small Rusty Metal Door on the Bottom Right.

But, I titled Old Staircase at Amber Fort, Jaipur it to keep it simple :)

Although the Photograph falls under the Minimalism as Simple Geometry Category, there is also the Parts of the Whole Minimalism visible here in a way. 

I say so because, whats visible is a part of each element, namely the Side Rail, Staircase and The Rusty Metal Door.

The Wall Texture and Decay lifts the Artistic Appeal of the shot. 

I found this setting at the very famous Amber Fort, Jaipur. I took many shots that day and this one comes from one of my old folders. This image is about 2 years old. 

Its interesting, that at that point of time i.e 2 years back, the level of my enthusiasm was pretty high and I used to go to far-off places to shoot. 

Revisiting old photos also help you to see as to how you have evolved as a photographer. 

I guess my editing style has improved now and also the range of the shots that I take. 

With those thoughts, let me close this post.

I have my Hot Tea at my side table that I need to finish and pop a multi-vitamin tablet and head straight to work.

See you all

Have a great day !

Colorful Vertical Lines Minimal

Minimalism as Simple Geometry

Colorful Vertical Lines Pattern
Photo By © Prakash Ghai
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Minimalist Photography

 

  • Minimalism Type: Minimalism as Simple Geometry (Learn all 8 Types HERE)

     

  • Subject: Lines (multiple walls, shot from the side)

     

  • Style: Looking from the Side

     

  • Colors: Yellow / Brown /White / Black / Pink


Shot HighLights:-

 

a) Geometry in Repetition i.e Lines

 

b) Visual Art - connecting multiple walls to make one frame with colorful lines

 

c) Subtle Texture on the Walls

 

d) Extreme Side Angle


  • Camera Used: Canon 600D

     

  • Lens Used: Canon 50 mm prime lens

     

  • Location: City Palace, Jaipur - India

 

Thank you !

White Rectangle Light Triangle

Minimalism as Simple Geometry


A Simple Minimal Art Image of a Red Wall with a White Rectangle and a Triangle made by Light, shot at Jawahar Kala Kendra - Jaipur (India)
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Good Evening once again !

I am back once again with a Simple Geometry Minimalist Photograph. 

This one again is shot at Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur. 

The lens that I used was 100mm Prime Macro. 


Why I shot this this way?

Well, I spotted the White Square from far off, yes White Square and not a Rectangle. It looks like a rectangle from the side. 

Now you may ask me, but why didn't you shoot this from the front?

The answer is that I have shot this from the front earlier, and I wanted to try something new. 

Also because, I spotted Sunlight falling on the wall just next to the White Square. 

Therefore, I decided to show and interplay between  Two Simple Geometry Shapes

i.e. Rectangle Vs Triangle

So by my movement to the side, I carved out a Right Angled Light Triangle on the top right of the frame and I showed its Juxtaposition against the White Square. 

In process, and due to my movement to the left, the White Square visually turned out as a White Rectangle.

I now had Two Simple Geometric shapes at either end of the frame with  Negative Space in between.

There you go ! I have the frame that I wanted.

Same place, different lens, different movement, similar subject BUT Different Results :)

Have a good day !

Red Walls Blue Sky

Minimalism as Simple Geometry


A Simple Minimal Photo of Red Walls against the Blue Sky, Shot via Canon 600D and Canon 100mm Prime Macro F 2.8 L Series Lens.
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  • Theme: Minimalism and Architecture


  • Minimalism Type:  Simple Geometry


  • Subject: Overlapping Red Walls


  • Style: Looking Up (from the side)


  • Geometric Elements: Lines


  • Supporting Elements: 

     

    a) Blue Sky

     

    b) Shadows

     

    c) Lines


  • Color Tones: Red and Blue


  • Camera Used: Canon 600D


  • Lens Used: Canon 100mm Prime Macro F 2.8 L Series Lens


  • Location: Ravindra Manch Jaipur. (India)



Hope you enjoyed the shot.

Do let me know if you like these bullets style photo highlights, rather than long paragraphs. 

Good Day.

Arc Vs Steps

Minimalism as Simple Geometry


Heritage Structure at Jantar Mantar Jaipur, which is famous for Man-made Astronomical Instruments. This Arc and the Steps belongs to one such Architectural Marvel.
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  • Subject: Part of an Astronomical Instrument

  • Style: Shooting from the Side

  • Color Tone: Yellow / Brown

  • Shot Location: Jantar Mantar Jaipur 

     

  • Minimalism Type: Simple Geometry

     

  • Geometric Shapes: Arc, Lines(steps)

     

  • Aesthetic Elements: 

     

    a) Texture

     

    b) Light and Shadow

     

    c) Juxtaposition between the Arc and Steps


    d) Tight Vertical / Landscape composition

     

  • Camera Used: Canon 600D

     

  • Lens Used: Canon 55-250 mm Zoom Telephoto Kit Lens

Water Outlet Vs The Pigeon

Minimalism as Less Elements


A Simple Minimalistic Picture of a Pigeon Sitting on a Red Wall Versus the Long Shadow of a Water Outlet.
Photo By © Prakash Ghai
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This Photograph comes from an old Album, that has a lot of Pictures shot at JKK or Jawahar Kala Kendra Jaipur.

I was checking that folder to see how the walls used to look back then, as they were Red in Color.

But Now, most of the walls at this place have been painted to a dull brown-beige kind of a color. 

I really do not like the new paint color at all. 

Anyways, lets leave aside that color talk and take a look at the some the highlight of the photograph below.


Photo Highlights

 

  • Minimalism Type: Less Elements

     

  • Style: Looking Up

     

  • Subject: Water Outlet and the Pigeon

     

  • Color Palette: Red / Blacks 

  •  Aesthetic Elements: 

     

    a) Long Shadow of Water Outlet

    b) A Right Angled Triangle formed on the right by Shadows

    c) Out of Focus Bird contrasting with the In-Focus Water Outlet

 

  • Location: Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur

     

  • Camera Used: Canon 600D

     

  • Lens Used: Canon 55-250 Zoom Telephoto Kit Lens

 

Hope that you enjoyed my little effort via my blog post that I keep doing to promote the right Minimalist Photography

Your comments will keep me motivated. 

Thank you

Have a Good Day !

If you have any comments to make, please do !!!

Window With Long Shadow

Minimalism as Simple Geometry


A Minimal Style Picture of a Window with Long Shadow against an Orange Wall. Shot at Jaipur- India
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  • Photography Style: Looking Up

 


  • Subject: Brown Window


  • Aesthetic Elements


  1. Long Shadow
  2. Orange Wall
  3. Window is a Rectangle (therefore Simple Geometry Classification)
  4. Negative Space on the Left
  5. Application of the Rule of Thirds

  • Location: Old City, Jaipur (India)


  • Camera Used: Canon 600D


  • Lens Used: Canon 55-250 mm Kit Lens


  • Year Taken: 2014

The Rusted Curl Colored Version

Minimalism as Less Elements


A Minimalistic Photograph of Curved Rusted Metal shot via Canon 600D DSLR Camera.
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The Above Minimalist Photograph The Rusted Curl Colored Version is actually the Colored Version of an earlier posted Black and White Minimalist Photograph titled The Rusted Curl.


I wouldn't talk much about it as the composition is fairly simple and I have talked a little about already in the earlier Black and White post The Rusted Curl.

Also please excuse me for my writing style in that earlier post. I was new to blogging back then. That post was made in 2014..... it was a very "long time back''

I have learned blogging over the years, and my writing style is OK now. 

 

Also do let me know:

 

(A) If you too like Rust?


 (B) and which of the two versions of the Photograph did you like? Black and White OR Colored?


Thank you !

Staircase Minimal

Minimalism as Simple Geometry


A Minimalistic Photograph of a Staircase at Hawa Mahal Jaipur, India
Photo By © Prakash Ghai
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I clicked this Minimalist Photograph at Hawa Mahal, Jaipur (India). If you have not been to this Place, then you must visit it. It is one of the Main Tourist Attractions of the City.


You will find lots of intriguing architecture here. The Ddoors, Windows and the Staircases are just a treat for the eyes. Not to forget the subtle decay and texture on the walls and of course the very beautiful colors. 


Lets quickly take a look at the Highlights of the Shot



  • Minimalism Type: Simple Geometry (primarily the lines)

  • Theme: Minimalism and Architecture

  • Style: Shooting flat from the front.

  • Aesthetic Elements:


    • The mysterious Left Turn
       
    • Subtle Texture on the Walls
       
    • Lines: Leading lines on the right and that of the steps
       
    • Decay on the Steps

  • Camera Used: Canon 600D

  • Lens Used: Canon 50mm F 1.4 Prime Lens

More Information:


Other than that I would like to mention that, these kind of composition is all about which part of the staircase are you taking the photo from. And how far and close you want to show that in the frame..

Another choice is the decide what kind of depth you want to show..

Consider all these factors when shooting Staircase Minimalism


Hope that you enjoyed the shot.

Take Care !


Have a Good Day :)

Pigeon and its Shadow

Minimalism as Less Elements

A Photo of a Pigeon sitting high up on a Red wall with his shadow being casted behind hime. Shot Location: Jawahar Kala Kendra Jaipur, India
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Minimalism Type: Minimalism as Less Element

  • Photography Style: Looking up

  • Color Palette: Red and Blue

      

  • Camera Used: Canon 600D

  • Shot Location: Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur

     


Aesthetic Elements: 

a) Red Wall
b) Blue Sky
c) Light and Shadow aka Natures Art at Play
d) Real World vs Shadow World comparison

e) Lines

f) Negative Space

Major Reason to Shoot:


I wanted to show the Comparison between the Real world being i.e. The Pigeon Versus its Shadow,  being casted right behind it.

To achieve this,

I moved to my left so that I could place the shadow on the bottom left of the frame and the Pigeon on the Top right.

This movement also helped me to place Negative Space correctly and to put both my Primary Subject ie. the Pigeon and my Secondary or Complimentary subject aka the Pigeons shadow, on the Rule of Thirds quadrant in the 3x3 Grid camera grid overlay.

Hope that you enjoyed the Shot.


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Dried Arborvitae Plant

Minimalism as Less Elements


A Photo of Dried Arborvitae Plant, shot via Canon 600D and 100mm Price Macro L Series Canon Lens at Central Park Jaipur.
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Theme: Minimalism and Nature


I spotted the above Minimalist Photograph of a Dried Arborvitae Plant, at Central Park - Jaipur.



I Shot this via my Canon 600D Camera, with the 100mm Price Macro L Series Canon Lens attached.

I chose a Low Aperture Value here to throw the Background out of Focus and kept my focus on only a part of the Plant.

This helped me to make the Photograph Less Cluttered and more Simplistic in Nature. 


For Technical Details, please refer to the EXIF Data Below:


  • Aperture: F 2.8
  • ISO: 200
  • Shutter Speed: 1/125 sec

Thank you for your time.

Have a Great Day ! ! !

Water Ripple Waves

Minimalism as Less Elements


A Photo of a Water Ripple and its Circular Waves in Water.
Photo By © Prakash Ghai
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Photographs of Water Ripples are usually found in Zen Books


The photo above titled "Water Ripple Waves", has a very calming and soothing effect.

The reason for that is, because here the primary focus is "Stillness".

Since Zen is more about keeping quiet than elaborating, I would like to cut short on further details and simply provide the EXIF Data.

EXIF Data:


  • F-Stop: F/5.6

  • ISO: 200
  • Shutter Speed: 1/400

Related Shots:


A) Ripples in Water


B) Spiral Water Ripples