If you’re into landscape photography then have you tried the sub-genre of zen photography? It’s an interesting minimalist approach to capturing the beauty found in nature. Daniel Laan provides some ways you can start incorporating this process into your work.
Article by Daniel Laan
Zen photography comes naturally with an empty mind. It’s both waiting for a moment where light, shape, and dynamics fall into place, and being devoid of planning in advance. Instead of checking the weather online before a shoot, you just venture out and essentially wing it. It’s all about being in the moment. As a landscape photographer, I want to share the ways of this minimalist sub-genre.
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