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Contemporary art photography, combined with the new techniques in post-production, gives a lot of potentialities in producing new and interesting concepts and completing a photographer’s creative ideas. Photographers are inspired by unusual and sometimes even surreal world that can only be seen through the camera lens. A good photographer needs a unique idea and a little imagination and creativity in post-production to create a completely new world. The photographer Matt Crump shares the world of minimalism, rich colors and fantasy with the broad audience. But that’s not all – every day Matt calls all of us to take photos of the candy-colored world. So, who is Matt Crump – a guy with bright personality and original photography ideas?
Who Is Matt Crump?
Matt Crump is a minimalist photographer born and raised in Texas. He studied creative advertising at the University of Texas at Austin. The photographer was working as a commercial art director for ten years when he started his own photography project. A few years ago, he invented new style in the area of contemporary photography and gave it a lively name – candy-colored minimalism. The movement #candyminimal started to rise – now he has 135k followers on Instagram and some of them collaborate with Matt creating minimalist colorful photos.
The Colorful Minimalist Photography
Matt Crump describes himself as “50% unicorn, 100% man” – and this is maybe the best input to understand Matt’s approach to photography work. It is a world full of creativity and imagination, but everything is pretty much a part of the world that surrounds us. His aesthetic is based on two things – candy colors and minimalistic scene, the things he manipulates using both Lightroom and Photoshop. His color palette explains his curious nature, ready to experiment by designing distinctive candy-colored negative space to achieve “surreal compositions, offbeat and Americana subjects, and an endless-summer vibe”. The photographer takes pictures of landscapes, architecture and different subjects surrounding him, looking for rich and inspiring shades. Matt plays with a hue and saturation, so his color palette range from bright, vibrant colors to neons and pastels.