Narrative Photography- Less Sometimes Is More

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Less details, less distractions – this could be the description of the following photo gallery. Photos, which do not divert attention with too many details. The minimal use of objects as supporting pillars tell the story.

Narrative photography
Narrative photography
Narrative photography
No Surf Today / Photo: Darren Flinders

 

Narrative photography
At 10:35 AM / Photo: Georgie Pauwels

 

Jump / Photo: minoru karamatsu(柄松稔)
Jump / Photo: minoru karamatsu(柄松稔)

 

Narrative photography
Resting before a fly / Photo: Pavlina Jane

 

Narrative photogpraphy
Calm / Photo: Daniel Sjöström

 

Field Cologne / Photo: dronepicr
Field Cologne / Photo: dronepicr

 

The Old Man And The Sea / Photo: Phuket@photographer.net
The Old Man And The Sea / Photo: Phuket@photographer.net

 

Hit and Run / Photo: Vincent Albanese
Hit and Run / Photo: Vincent Albanese

 

Rouge / Photo: Didier ZMI
Rouge / Photo: Didier ZMI

 

Happy family / Photo: Daniele Faieta
Happy family / Photo: Daniele Faieta

 

Crossing_1 / Photo: hans-johnson
Crossing_1 / Photo: hans-johnson

 

The fishing man / Photo: Peng Zhang
The fishing man / Photo: Peng Zhang

Origins of photography you can read here. Discover photographer to whom came Lindeman just to have his picture. 

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