Tony Hammond is a photographer from the U. K. who makes delightfully minimal images. Each photo is taken and creatively edited using only his smartphone.
These pictures have a large, empty background with a gradient in a pastel colour, such as soft pinks, blues, and greens. The subjects are usually in silhouette, and they are mostly black with only a tiny bit of detail visible to give them a sense of dimension. I really love the effect created by these unusual colour choices.
Several of these images are landscapes, with tiny, distant figures of people or animals on the horizon. Other images use their subjects more as a pattern, such as one featuring four palm trees sloping in from the four corners of the photo. One image of eight upside-down street lights gives the appearance of a spider dropping in from above.