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On 23/01/2021 at 13:16, wiskerke said:

Alamy has high hopes for a trend they call Geometric Minimalism.

So who knows?

Many searches for geometric.

Minimalism not so much.

 

wim

 

Thanks for the links. Math textbooks often use images like these -- so always a good idea to use some math-related keywords like geometric, geometry,  etc. with these types of images.

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2 hours ago, John Mitchell said:

 

Thanks for the links. Math textbooks often use images like these -- so always a good idea to use some math-related keywords like geometric, geometry,  etc. with these types of images.

 

True. I can remember a spiral staircase and a truss bridge of mine being used in math textbooks. The staircase is on a cover in Japan 😃.

The truss is illustrating triangles. Looking back a year or two, quite a few educational uses pop up, but none seem to be suited for a math textbook. Nor were the other two, though: I had purely shot those for their architectural value and maybe a little bit for their tourist interest.

 

wim

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Geometric minimalism -

I'm relatively new to photography and I am certainly no expert. 
However, as I'm in the learning stages, I often look to beginner tutorials.
It seems that geometric minimalism is about having strong "lines" obeying many of the simple photographic composition rules? I'm thinking "rule of thirds", "fibonaci spiral" etc. 

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