Think of the phrase minimalist photography and what comes to mind? The answer, I suspect, is lots of very plain backgrounds with very little else going on within the frame. A distant monochrome seagull against a clear gray sky or a small window set in a vibrantly colored but otherwise plain wall are two examples of what passes for minimalism in photography today... (continued here)
Welcome to The Minimalist Photographer by Steve Johnson
The Minimalist Photographer is really three sites rolled into one.
It is a photography website, a place where I display my images and where they can be purchased, either in print or digital form. My onlinephotography gallery can be found here. I have set up a few purchasing options i.e. different print sizes and various download licenses. If something else is required just get in touch with me and I'll do whatever I can to make it happen.
All the images on this site can be downloaded cost free for personal use - please read this first though.
It is also the new home for my blog. The original blog can be found here. I am no longer adding to the original one but will leave it where it is. There are well over a thousand images and posts on it, far too many to copy and paste over to here!
This website is also home to information about my new book
For Anything else about minimalist photography in general or the Minimalist Photographer website or book - please feel free to contact me.