Editor’s Choice: Less Is More

Sometimes it doesn’t take much to make a photograph truly great. Nothing big, no expensive props. The little things are enough. And that’s the theme for our Editor’s Choice picks today. Come join us today for a look at Zonerama photos that do more with less.

This photo works not despite, but because of its poor technical quality. It captures your interest, as does the sunlight in the mist—it’s remarkable, and it rescues this photo from blandness. Author: Earl G Telfair
This photo works not despite, but because of its poor technical quality. It captures your interest, as does the sunlight in the mist—it’s remarkable, and it rescues this photo from blandness. Author: Earl G Telfair
The structure of wood. An interesting angle and composition. This photo stands out thanks to an interruption in the structure: a hole left behind by a knot that’s fallen out. We can’t, however, praise the strange grid used here. Author: Foto Bihor
The structure of wood. An interesting angle and composition. This photo stands out thanks to an interruption in the structure: a hole left behind by a knot that’s fallen out. We can’t, however, praise the strange grid used here. Author: Foto Bihor
Fine work, both in composition and in technique. The setting sun adds a great atmosphere and fills out the detail in the boat silhouettes. Author: GeorgeLee
Fine work, both in composition and in technique. The setting sun adds a great atmosphere and fills out the detail in the boat silhouettes. Author: GeorgeLee
At first it’s not clear what’s in this photo. Even in something so simple as a winding staircase, this author has managed to find something interesting to photograph. We appreciate her creativity and her keen eye. Author: lilibii pics
At first it’s not clear what’s in this photo. Even in something so simple as a winding staircase, this author has managed to find something interesting to photograph. We appreciate her creativity and her keen eye. Author: lilibii pics
An ocean playing with a boy, in silhouette. The wave is a great finishing touch for the atmosphere—without it, there would be something missing. The photographer found just the right moment. Author: ErolAYYILDIZ
An ocean playing with a boy, in silhouette. The wave is a great finishing touch for the atmosphere—without it, there would be something missing. The photographer found just the right moment. Author: ErolAYYILDIZ

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AuthorMajo Elias

I’ve been taking pictures since 2004. When I was starting out, I photographed almost everything. Later my style solidified and I began photographing people almost exclusively. At the moment my main genres are fashion and advertising.

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