It’s ironic that simplicity is one of the most complicated arts I’ve ever known. How difficult it is to find a simple man who knows how to explain complex ideas. Castilian writer Miguel Delibes, one of the greats of Spanish literature, used simple language in his articles and novels, a crisp narrative style free of artifice. Simplicity is also one of the golden rules of composition in photography. Chema Madoz, one of Spain’s most famous photographers, says he tries to take photos that “exude lightness and simplicity.” And Albert Einstein once said: “If you are out to describe the truth, leave elegance to the tailor.”