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New minimalist photographs by Kevin Krautgartner that are “Reduced to the Max”

We’ve shared the work of Kevin Krautgartner previously, having spotted his stunning architectural photography on Behance. The German photographer has an ongoing series of images he aptly names Reduced to the Max, for which he dedicates his view on architecture as objects in nature.

Reduced to its essential part, objects are further reduced to be only a part in a wider perspective of satisfying harmony, also evident in his aerial shots of shorelines and fields (more on this later). He is an observer of places and moments around us with uncanny minimalism that makes us freshly wonder at what we already know.

Born in Schwelm, Germany, Kevin graduated from the University of Applied Sciences in Dortmund with a degree in Photography and Graphic Design. He has since been living in Wuppertal, where he has mainly been working as a professional photographer and image editor. His work has taken him to many different countries around the world and some images from his series have scooped international awards. Find out more at kevinkrautgartner.com.

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2018-08-10T12:05:07+00:00August 10th, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |
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