The winners of the 4th annual Minimalist Photography Awards were announced.
With the theme behind the competition being minimalism, it’s easy to see why less is often more.
During this year of the competition, it has grown to over 3,400 photographs entered in 12 different categories spanning across 43 different countries.
The non-profit was initially created by B&W Minimalist Magazine to showcase and expose talented photographers from around the world.
The overall winner this year was Daniel Dencescu from Germany in the Abstract category. He takes home $2,000 in prize money as well as honor and recognition.
Be sure to visit the full 2022 Winners Gallery on the Minimalist Photography Awards website.
Below are the winners of the remaining categories.
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Photographer: Tamás Wachsler
Title: After a long day
Photographer: Daniel Franc
Title: A river in Southern Iceland
Photographer: Daniel Fisher
Title: Cluster One
Photographer: Allen Koppe
Title: in Time
Photographer: Natalie Christensen
Title: Last Night I Dreamt I Knew How to Swim
Photographer: Tara Workman
Title: Simple Elegance
Photographer: Martin Annand
Photographer: Brian Kosoff
Title: Night Series
Photographer: Guido Klumpe
Title: Small additions
Photographer: Benjamin Briones Grandi
Photographer: Fredrik Gille
Title: Dancers in Black & White
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