Minimalist Photography From Stephen M. Gray

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“The world through a rectangle” is the simplest way to describe the photography of Stephen M. Gray. His works are part photographic art and part Zen practice. His objectives, which are often minimalist compositions, bring new light to life’s mundane moments and details through the focus and context of the photographic rectangle. This style is informed by a visual impairment that taught him not to take anything he sees for granted. Though he has spent most of his adult life in such technical pursuits as software and internet development, picking up the camera has reacquainted Stephen with an early interest in art and creativity. Stephen lives and works in Austin, Texas with his wife Amanda.

To see more of Stephen, check out his Flickr Photostream, Facebook Page, and website.

fixture

fixture

stairs

stairs

chair

chair

bike

bike

bin

bin

three

three

morning

morning

orange tree

orange tree

afternoon

afternoon

window with newspaper

window with newspaper

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  1. brancolina

    great selection of stephen’s works!

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  2. Werner Schnell

    what a wonderful collection of art!
    congrats !

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  3. FotoMarg

    What a wonderful collection of photos. They are the most outstanding photos I have seen in a long time.

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  4. Blake J. Nolan

    Great work. Love this stuff.

    Any interest in doing a writeup on my work? ;)

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  5. faibo

    Simple and yet a wonderful photography

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