AIM FOR MINIMALISM
Take a stripped-back approach for ethereal or abstract photographs
Removing items from the composition can be as creative as arranging those present within it. Minimalism is often paired with abstract approaches, but always involves the isolation of a clear subject, with an effective use of negative space. Use these images as opportunities to apply some of the other techniques discussed, to enhance colour contrast or tonal variation, or to create high or low-key exposures. Minimalism is an effective method of finding unique images from otherwise overlooked subjects and details.