24 May, 2020

5 Colorful Minimalist Wall Art Print Ideas for your Living Room.

When you talk of Minimalist Wall Art Prints, the first thing that comes to your mind is boring and sometimes dull, Black and White wall hangings.


Today, I am going to share with you 5 Colorful Minimalist Wall Art Photographs that you can use to decorate your dull and boring living room environment with. 

All of these Minimalist Photographs were clicked outside a Kindergarten School in Jaipur City. So without waiting any further, here are the Photographs:

5 Colorful Minimalist Wall Art Print Ideas (Photographs) for your Living Room:


A Minimalist Photograph of a Wall with four different colors.

Minimalist Wall Art - 1

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A Word on the Composition of the Photograph:

What I was looking to create here was a Minimalist Photograph with Four Colors, each one getting enough attention and yet, not climbing over each other or crowding the frame. To make the Red Color behave, as it could have easily over powered my frame, I placed it on the top right corner of the frame. Placing the Blue color was a bit of a challenge. I had to place the Blue colored section with care. It should have been neither too high nor too low. In the end how I placed it, is exactly how I wanted.

EXIF Data of the Photograph:

 Camera Model
Canon EOS 600D
 Lens Used
Canon 55-250 mm
 F-Stop
f/8
 Exposure Time
1/500 sec.
 ISO Speed
ISO-100
 Focal Length
250 mm
 Metering Mode
Pattern
 Exposure Program
Manual


A Minimalist Photograph of a Red Door surrounded by beige and blue colored walls.

Minimalist Wall Art - 2

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A word on the Composition of the Photograph:

Here, I wanted to make the closed Red Door as the primary subject in the Minimalist Photograph. I let the other elements fall in place. To decide as to how much of the Blue wall portion I needed in the frame, I had to constantly bend up and down. Finally, I kept it around say 40%. 

EXIF Data of the Photograph:

 Camera Model
Canon EOS 600D
 Lens Used
Canon 55-250 mm
 F-Stop
f/8
 Exposure Time
1/500 sec.
 ISO Speed
ISO-100
 Focal Length
250 mm
 Metering Mode
Pattern
 Exposure Program
Manual


A Minimalist Photograph of a Wall with Two primary colors, blue and red.

Minimalist Wall Art - 3

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A word on the Composition:

My intent here was to only show a pair of two colors i.e Blue and Red. The idea was to keep the color palette very Minimalist. I zoomed out, then zoomed in, then I  moved closer towards the wall and then I adjusted my shot yet again. I did fiddle a lot actually. Sometimes, when you are shooting something as simple as the Minimalist Frame above, you tend to mess it up, for you assume it is too easy. Trust me this happens.

EXIF Data of the Photograph: 

 Camera Model
Canon EOS 600D
 Lens Used
Canon 55-250 mm
 F-Stop
f/8
 Exposure Time
1/500 sec.
 ISO Speed
ISO-100
 Focal Length
179 mm
 Metering Mode
Pattern
 Exposure Program
Manual


A Minimalist Photograph of a Wall with two primary colors, red and yellow.

Minimalist Wall Art - 4

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A word on the Composition:

Just like the Minimalist Photograph prior to this one, the idea here again was to have a very Minimalist Color Palette and restrict the total number of colors in the frame to two, namely Red & Yellow. I gave the Red color slightly more space in the frame. Red being my favorite color I did have a bias for it. 

EXIF Data of the Photograph:

 Camera Model
Canon EOS 600D
 Lens Used
Canon 55-250 mm
 F-Stop
f/8
 Exposure Time
1/350 sec.
 ISO Speed
ISO-100
 Focal Length
135 mm
 Metering Mode
Pattern
 Exposure Program
Manual


A Minimalist Photograph of a Wall with two primary colors, yellow and green.

Minimalist Wall Art - 5

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A word on the Composition: 

After the Red color, Yellow is a second favorite color of mine, especially when it comes to using that color in Minimalist Photographs. Maybe because, this is the color I find most in my city (Jaipur) after the traditional ethnic pink(orange-ish pink actually). Again the color palette was kept Minimalist here  and the Yellow color was give a larger share in the frame. 

EXIF Data of the Photograph:

 Camera Model
 Canon EOS 600D
 Lens Used
 Canon 55-250 mm
 F-Stop
 f/8
 Exposure Time
 1/350 sec.
 ISO Speed
 ISO-100
 Focal Length
 163 mm
 Metering Mode
 Pattern
 Exposure Program
 Manual


That's it folks, these hope you enjoyed the series of 5 Colorful Minimalist Art Photographs.

Stay tuned for more!

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