Sometimes "Less is more," and this also goes for photography. Your goal in this contest is to photograph 1 single object against a simple uniform background. No other objects can be present, just floor and background.
However, the object can CONTAIN other objects. For example, a fish bowl with a plastic tree and fish in it, will be considered on-theme. A fish bowl with a pack of food next to it will be considered off-theme.
The focus is on how this 1 object is photographed... Composition, lightning, color and so on. It sounds simple, but is it?
MnMCarta: ooooo I get to practice what I just learned!!! TY!!!! of course now I draw a blank ( 5 years and 1639 days ago )
jawshoewhah: Good! Now I can redeem myself. I blew it in the last one. ( 5 years and 1639 days ago )
karaflazz: Literary minimalism is characterized by an economy with words and a focus on surface description. Minimalist authors eschew adverbs and prefer allowing context to dictate meaning. Readers are expected to take an active role in the creation of a story, to "choose sides" based on oblique hints and innuendo, rather than reacting to directions from the author. The characters in minimalist stories and novels tend to be unexceptional.
In other words it's nice if your photo has a story to tell,so the viewer can figure out/guess what the artist want to impress though his creation/photo! ( 5 years and 1635 days ago )
kyricom: wooooooo... karaflazz!!!!!! Great post! ( 5 years and 1635 days ago )
adeincyprus: such learned people here............... ( 5 years and 1635 days ago )
Howdie stranger! If you want to participate in this contest, just: